By News 9 Meteorologist Carrie Rose.
Tropical moisture remnants from Hurricane Dolly are moving over Oklahoma Tuesday, bringing showers and isolated thunderstorms. Temperatures under the high clouds and rain will be slightly lower than in recent days, but afternoon highs in the state will still be in the 90s in most places.
The Dolly remnants will continue to gradually move eastward through the state, bringing slight rain chances to central Oklahoma Tuesday and Wednesday, before what's left of Dolly diminishes and exits the state. The highest rain chances will remain in northwest Oklahoma. As of Tuesday morning, most places that had received rain accumulated less than a half inch.
We will return to the typical summertime hot and dry weather pattern we have become familiar with in recent weeks by Thursday.