Most of the state will be dry tonight, but there will be slight rain chances in the panhandle and northwestern Oklahoma.
Another complex of storms has developed in Colorado and parts of southwest Kansas and will drift towards Oklahoma overnight. The storms should weaken as they move to the south and east and are expected to stay below severe level, but small hail and gusty winds cannot be ruled out. There is only a 20 percent chance of seeing showers in central Oklahoma.
Thursday will be another hot and humid day with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s. Winds will kick up out of the south at 15 to 25 mph. More isolated showers and storms will be possible along and east of I-35 by Thursday afternoon, but chances are low. Not everyone will see rain.
Temperatures will continue to climb as we head into the weekend, and rain chances will taper off as well.
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