Monday will be another hot and humid day with mostly sunny skies.
There will be a chance for rain in the far east as remnants of Cristobal lift to the north. We will also monitor far western Oklahoma for the chance of isolated storms Monday evening.
If a storm can develop out west on the dryline, it could be severe. Large hail and damaging winds would be the main threat.
Tuesday a very strong late season cold front arrives. It will really ramp up the wind and cause temperatures to drop through the day. Highs midday will be in the upper 80s and low 90s.
By the late afternoon and evening Tuesday evening, temperatures will drop into the 60s and 70s.
Winds will be the big story Tuesday. Winds will gust up to 55 mph. High and low humidity will mean an extreme fire threat. Blowing dust could also limit visibility at times in western Oklahoma.