People will see cloudy and cool conditions with fog and drizzle as they head out the door Tuesday morning.
As the day progresses there will be mostly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 50s.
Tuesday afternoon storms will roll through west Texas along a warm front. While in Texas, they will pose a low tornado threat.
As these cells move into SW OK, they will become elevated and are expected to weaken some. They will still have the potential to be severe. These storms will have the potential to produce quarter size hail, winds to 65 mph in SW OK. They will continue to spread up into central OK through the evening. There will be some pockets of very heavy rain, and a few areas could see localized flash flooding.
Our team of trackers will be out, and will bring you updated from the field.
Stay with News 9, we'll keep you advised.