There may be an isolated storm chance today across western Oklahoma. If a storm fires late afternoon, it could be severe with hail to the size of tennis balls and winds to 65 mph.
Severe weather chances appear to be more likely tomorrow, especially in the eastern half of the state late tomorrow. Wind and hail are the primary severe threats, but an isolated tornado can not be ruled out around sunset.
It will turn much colder tomorrow night. It will be cold enough for some snow across northwest Oklahoma. A dusting will be possible. The Oklahoma City metro may see a little rain/snow mix by sunrise on Monday. The rest of Monday will be blustery and cold with highs only in the 40's and wind chills in the 20's!