Rain totals through Thursday.

Rain totals through Thursday.

Another round of heavy rain will move through this evening and overnight followed by one more round late Wednesday night and early Thursday. Rainfall amounts will be pretty significant with many areas picking up well over an inch with no problem. Some tiny isolated spots may see as much as 3 inches. The bulk of the rain will be across the S half of OK. The map above gives an idea but don’t focus so much on one area as the heavier spots will move around.

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Upper low moving across C OK.

Upper low moving across C OK.

Also Thursday afternoon as the upper low moves overhead, we could see a few cold air funnels under some tiny showers. These are not tornadoes in the true sense as they rarely touch down and are extremely weak.

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Then we dry out for awhile and the atmosphere recharges for next week. A broad southwesterly flow will develop. This time of year, that typically means storms for Oklahoma. Right now the two biggest days for storms may end up being Tuesday and Saturday. Can’t rule out a few late Sunday out west or late Monday central, but moisture and instability will still be working in, so more of a conditional situation at those times. A frontal boundary will be at play and depending upon where it lies, we could have multiple days of rain in Oklahoma or if it’s south into N TX, several dry days. I’ll update you as we get closer and things become more clear.
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