From the FOX 25 Storm Watch Weather Center...
Partly cloudy today with chances for rain in southeast Oklahoma and in far northwest Oklahoma. High temperatures in the upper 80s with high humidity.
A better chance for rain on Wednesday as tropical moisture will be moving in from the Gulf of Mexico and a cold front will move in from the north. Storms are possible in northern Oklahoma Wednesday morning, and in central Oklahoma during the afternoon and evening. Some storms could produce very heavy rain so flash flooding will be possible. There is also a very low risk for severe weather, with some storms producing damaging winds and small hail. Rain and storms may linger into early Thursday morning.
Dry Thursday afternoon and for most of Friday. More storm chances are in the forecast late Friday night into Saturday morning. Another round of storms will be possible late Saturday night into Sunday morning. The afternoons over the weekend will be dry, hot, and humid with highs in the low to mid 90s.
Today's Record Temperatures