Showers, storms possible overnight across Oklahoma

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OKLAHOMA – Strong to locally severe storms are possible tonight.

Look for rain and thunderstorms to increase in coverage and intensity as we continue through the evening and overnight hours.

Some of the storms may have high winds and some small hail, especially early.

After 9 p.m., the threat then turns to more of a flooding issue as storms train from south to north over central Oklahoma.

Remember, turn around, don’t drown!

Click here for KFOR’s live interactive radar.

Rain chances should gradually shift east of the I-35 zone by the morning drive with temps in the 50s and 60s overnight.

President’s Day should be very mild with variable clouds and sunshine highs in the 60s and 70s!

There’s a lingering chance for scattered showers and t’storms over in eastern Oklahoma through Monday evening.

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