OKLAHOMA CITY - As we end the month of February, we ask ourselves, "Will March come in like a lion or a lamb?" First things first: it looks like February will end on a beautiful note for Oklahoma City while other parts of the Sooner State will see rain.

It was a damp, drizzly day across Oklahoma on Tuesday, but we're expecting nice weather in the 70s for Wednesday. If there's a patio nearby, you might want to occupy it come Wednesday afternoon. Our neighbors in southeastern Oklahoma could get some rain and thunder.

We're back to the 50s on Thursday, but it looks like a calm, lamb-like opening to the new month.

On a quick, statistical note, February 2018 will finish as the 19th wettest February ever for Oklahoma City, after it started out as the driest ever before all this precipitation over the past week.

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