Showers and thunderstorms for southeastern Oklahoma

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An area of low pressure that spiraled its way through Oklahoma today is encountering stronger lift as it heads into eastern Oklahoma.

Strong to severe storms are possible mainly east of the Oklahoma City metro area through this evening before the threat shifts into Arkansas.

Later tonight, any lingering showers in eastern Oklahoma will clear out and leave us with mostly clear skies and lows in the mid to upper 40s.

Warm air will surge into Oklahoma on Monday and bring us highs in the 80s statewide.

Our next cold front is set to arrive early Tuesday morning and put an end to the 80s, replacing them with mere low to mid-70s during the afternoon.

The breeze will be a bit strong in the morning at 20-30mph from the northwest, but it’ll die down to around 15-20mph in the afternoon.

 

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