Oklahoma will see a warm and windy Monday.
Look for mostly cloudy skies and highs in the 70s.
Strong south winds will stay up through the day.
A dryline will move into far western Oklahoma in the evening. This will really ramp up there fire threat for our far western counties. The dryline could be the initiation point for a few thunderstorms this evening.
We will have trackers out monitoring far northwest Oklahoma for severe storms. Any storm that develops in the low risk zone, could produce quarter size hail, and winds to 60 mph.
The cold front rushes in Monday night, and this could mean more showers and storms.
Rain changes go up early Tuesday morning in OKC as the front approaches. Behind the front, look for highs only in the 50s.