Light rain showers are already falling in southern Oklahoma. This rain will continue to fill in and spread to the north and east overnight.
Winter precipitation is moving into the state Tuesday evening and into the night.
We will continue to see skies clear Tuesday night and temperatures will cool into the low 50s.
Showers have already moved into parts of Northwest Oklahoma Friday.
Another nice night ahead with mostly clear skies and temperatures dropping to the low 60's.
Our skies will stay clear tonight and temperatures will drop to the low 60s.
We've got a nice and quiet Tuesday night ahead with clear skies and seasonally cool temperatures.
A few storms still possible Monday evening in far southeast Oklahoma.
The rain is coming to an end Friday evening.
Clouds will continue to decrease overnight Wednesday with temperatures dropping to the mid 60's.
Storms are gathering along and ahead of a cold front that will come in Tuesday evening.
A cold front moving Monday into the panhandle and far northwest Oklahoma will keep the chance of showers and storms in the forecast.
We will have a few passing clouds Thursday night while northwest OK sees a slight chance of showers and storms..
Storms will continue to move NE toward Tulsa Tuesday evening while another wave of storms develops in the panhandle.
Clouds will slowly creep back in overnight with showers and storms moving into Northwest Oklahoma.
A few storms are possible Wednesday evening in northern Oklahoma, but central Oklahoma will stay dry with partly cloudy skies.
Isolated showers that are taking place Tuesday afternoon south of the metro will fade away as the sun goes down Tuesday evening.
Isolated rain showers will remain possible Monday evening across northern and far southeast Oklahoma.
Storms are firing along the cold front in Northeast Oklahoma Thursday.
Some clouds hang around Wednesday night with temperatures dropping to the upper 60's.