An upper low spinning over New Mexico and northwest Texas was responsible for the beneficial rains across the state Monday. Dry air is wrapping into the system and over Oklahoma, shutting down rain over most of west and central Oklahoma. Rain will eventually move back in late Monday night. Temperatures fall to the upper 40's overnight.
Scattered showers are again likely on Tuesday as our low moves east. Temperatures will remain cool in the upper 50's.
Wednesday looks to be our only dry day this week with lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures in the mid-70's.