A round of showers and storms will move across the state overnight into Monday morning. Some of the stronger storms will contain small to medium sized hail and gusty winds. Rainfall amounts will be decent as well for many. Temperatures will be chilly across NW 1/2 of the state as a cold front progresses to the I-44 corridor. SE OK will see a decent warmup.
Our next system follows a cold front midweek with snow moving across parts of Oklahoma on Wednesday. Indications right now are light amounts concentrated mainly up north, but some indications a trend is starting to show a little more in the east. I’ll update if this system looks any better with the newer model runs.
After that, our next rain maker will be at the end of the month on the 30th with rainfall totals around a half inch or so.
The temperature trends are typical for this time of year, with wild swings. It’s a good reminder to utilize my free weather app, ATsWeatherToGo, on the play stores for your daily temperature and wind forecast at your specific location. -AT