Monday morning we are dealing with overnight thunderstorms that ripped through central Oklahoma and are now in south central parts of the state.
Some of the storms are severe with hail and wind being the primary threat. The rest of the state started out in the 50s and 60s with light and variable winds.
Later today, it will be fair and warm with a few clouds. Highs today will be 88 degrees in central Oklahoma. Winds will eventually switch back to a southwest wind 5-10mph.
Tonight, it will be warm with a gentle breeze, and overnight lows are in the 60s.
The first half of the week ahead will be warmer than usual, but we start to cool some late week and have increased rain chances as well.