We've got another pretty nice day ahead with mostly sunny skies and above normal temperatures. Highs will reach the mid-70s Sunday afternoon.
A moisture starved cold front will sweep through shortly after noon Sunday, which will provide a wind shift to the north. The wind will gust up to 30mph at times.
With a gusty wind and very dry conditions there's a high fire threat for western Oklahoma Sunday afternoon and evening.
The cold front may be enough to trigger a few showers and isolated thunderstorms in far southeast Oklahoma late Sunday.
Better rain chances return to the state on Tuesday.