By News 9 Meteorologist Nick Bender
The last bit of upper-level energy departs the region this afternoon, along with the cold front which was partly responsible for Oklahoma's recent bout of stormy weather. By Sunday evening most of the state will be drying out; albeit remaining cloudy, cool and a bit foggy.
Monday will prove somewhat warmer than this past weekend, with daytime highs expected to reach into the 70s. Storm chances will gradually begin to increase Tuesday afternoon, spanning into Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Severe storms may be possible during this time period.
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