It has been a very November-like day across Oklahoma with the clouds, north wind and highs only in the 60s and 70s. This came after some very heavy and widespread rains fell overnight into Saturday afternoon.
Most areas saw anywhere from half an inch to an inch and a half of rain, but some isolated heavier amounts where over three inches.
Don't expect anything more than a sprinkle as the clouds start to break up Saturday evening. Temperatures will drop in to the mid-60s, but will feel a little cooler with the light north breeze.
Overnight rain chances will remain confined to southern Oklahoma as the viewing could see fog develop late Saturday night into Sunday morning.
Another strong cold front is on the way, details coming up on News9 at 10.