High pressure is slowly eroding and opening the door for rain and storm chances to return to the state.
It's hot and humid again Sunday, with widespread 90s and a breezy southwest wind at 15 to 25 mph. A cold front will move into northwest Oklahoma late afternoon into the evening. That will be the focal point for showers and storms, a few of which could be strong to severe. Storms will likely stay in northwestern Oklahoma until the front pushes into the state Monday.
Monday, the cold front will move south into the state, fizzle out, and bring us another chance for widespread rain and storms tomorrow. The severe threat will be low tomorrow and storms will be scattered.
Chances for showers and storms will continue off and on throughout the week until a bigger storm system arrives late Friday into Saturday.
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