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Fall? Not Yet!

Heat Warning
National Weather Service/Owasso 411
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A few thunderstorms are possible mainly across eastern Oklahoma
this afternoon. One or two may pose a limited severe threat
for gusty winds and large hail. Most areas will stay dry, but if
you do have outdoor plans, be prepared to move indoors if thunderstorms
approach your area.



Above normal temperatures will continue for much of the work week
with highs averaging in the upper 80s to lower 90s and overnight
lows in the 70s. A cold front will approach the area by Wednesday
with a chance for showers and storms on Wednesday afternoon for
northeast Oklahoma. Showers and thunderstorms are possible for
areas in southeast Oklahoma and western Arkansas by Thursday
morning. A welcome cooldown is expected for northern parts of the
area Thursday with highs in the 70s to low 80s.