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Issued: 8:11 PM CDT, Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Tonight we will see calm winds with plenty of clouds. There is a cold front that has stalled across the state, which could bring an isolated shower or thunderstorm possible, but the chance is very low (lower than 10%). Severe weather is unlikely through this evening.

Tomorrow will be cooler as our cold front moves a little further towards the red river. Temperatures behind the front look to remain cool with locations seeing highs in the upper 50's to lower 60's from Altus to Norman to Tulsa. Some showers/thunderstorms are possible during the morning but the chance is low, around 30%.

Thursday will be noticeably warmer with most locations seeing upper 70's to lower 80's. The western quarter of the state has the highest chance of seeing severe thunderstorms Thursday evening. These will eventually move into central Oklahoma overnight and will gradually diminish in intensity. the chance of rain is about 40%.

Friday will be similar to Thursday but the storm threat looks to be shifting east of I-35 by noon. Eastern Oklahoma could see severe thunderstorms Friday evening. The chance of rain is about 60%.

Saturday we will see a break in the storm activity with temperatures in the lower 70's.

Forecasters: Briggs, Gomes

Short-Term Forecast


Issued: 8:01 PM CDT, Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Tonight we will see calm winds with plenty of clouds. There is a cold front that has stalled across the state, which could bring an isolated shower or thunderstorm possible, but the chance is very low (lower than 10%). Severe weather is unlikely through this evening.

Forecasters: Briggs, Gomes