Cooler Temps And Rain Ahead As Cold Front Arrives Saturday
A cold front continues to chug to the southeast Saturday morning, already moving through Oklahoma City.
UPDATED OKC Hour-by-Hour: cold front is moving quickly through central OK, so expect a fast drop in temps behind it. Lower 60s by lunchtime and throughout the afternoon with some scattered showers and possibly a storm around. #okwx @NEWS9 pic.twitter.com/t3dtd6b6vO— Matt Mahler (@themahler) October 6, 2018
This front will eventually stall out in the southeast counties down by Pauls Valley to Seminole. This area will be the main focus for any possible thunderstorms this afternoon.
Right now, an isolated severe storm is still possible for 1” hail and 60 mph wind gust.
Clouds, cooler temps, rain and weak winds should limit the threats today.
For the rest of the state, clouds and scattered heavy downpours with a little thunder and lightning are possible. Temps in the 40s to 60s.
The threat for flooding is low today.