Rain lifts in from the south Monday.
Central and eastern Oklahoma look soggy in the afternoon and evening.
The severe weather threat Monday is very low, with the highest potential in the southeast. Hail up to quarters and 60 mph winds are possible.
Another concern through the next several days will be flash flooding, mainly in eastern Oklahoma where two to five inches of rain will be possible in localized areas.
Highs Tuesday will try to make it into the 70s by the afternoon. As the rain moves in, temps will likely fall into the upper 60s.
Rain moves out at night, before more arrives Tuesday afternoon.