Showers and isolated thunderstorms will persist this morning with an increase in coverage during the mid to late afternoon hours. Rainfall amounts through today will generally remain below one half inch. Widespread and locally heavy rainfall will develop this evening and persist into the overnight hours. The heaviest rains are expected along and south of Interstate 44 where a Flash Flood Watch has been posted. Rains will end from north to south beginning late tonight and continuing through the day on Thursday. Rainfall totals of 1 to 3 inches will be common, with isolated amounts of 4 to 5 inches possible. Additionally, while severe weather is not expected, any stronger storms may produce small hail. Gusty northerly winds and sharply colder temperatures will prevail on Thursday with rains ending during the day. Cool and dry weather returns Friday with a quick warm up on Saturday. The next strong cold front arrives late Sunday with a low chance of a light wintry mix across far northeast Oklahoma and far northwest Arkansas on Monday. Temperatures are forecast to remain well below seasonal normals for early next week.
Flash Flood Watch for Tulsa Area
By NWS-Tulsa • Nov 6, 2019