Oklahomans will see drizzle and a little fog out the door Monday morning, and then cloudy skies will stay with us through the day.

We will have a chance of scattered showers and few thunder storms into the afternoon and evening. Highs Monday  will climb into the 50s and low 60s. Monday night  additional scattered showers are expected.

We have several waves on the way through Thursday morning. The severe threat ramps up some Tuesday evening in far western OK, and also Wednesday night. The threats will be hail and wind. We will keep you updated on storm timing and intensity.

The main storm swings out Wednesday night into Thursday morning, and then we dry out.

We turn much colder Friday with dropping temperatures. Saturday morning we will see a freeze across most of central and northern OK.