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The big shock will be which side of the cold front do you live on? The map shows quite a distinct gradient for Saturday afternoon and Sunday paints a state divided as well.
As far as rainfall goes on Sunday and beyond. Expect more of it and for it to spread evenly across the state in the 2-4″ range. However, as indicated the western half of Oklahoma is under the gun for amount that may approach 10″ in some areas leading to significant flooding. That said, although it’s a rainy pattern through about Thursday, there will be several dry hours each day.
So the take home in this quick look at data is that there is general model consensus on rainfall amounts across the state with some areas expected to experience flooding. Never pay attention to exact county amounts because the models are not that good. Just know that the W half of the state will see far more than the E half and that on the extreme case, you might be one of those that ends up with 10″ of rain if you live anywhere from C to W OK. Enjoy the holiday and be safe! -AT