2 Works for You Storm Shield Weather: Today's forecast for Tulsa and northeast Oklahoma

We're starting Monday off with mostly clear skies and some chilly morning temps.

For the rest of today, we will have mostly cloudy skies. Possibly a few rays of sunshine again along with a small chance for light rain showers. Highs will be warmer closer to 70° in the afternoon. 

Tuesday will be even warmer with highs fairly close to 80° along with gusty winds as a cold front approaches. With the associated system we could see some showers and t-storms starting during the afternoon and especially overnight before it pushes east. Some of the storms could be strong to severe, especially east of Tulsa out towards Missouri and Arkansas. We will keep you posted.

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Cooler on Wednesday with highs near 60 with clearing and breezy northwest winds behind the front.

Highs will then moderate back to the 70s by the following weekend.

Here is the latest forecast:


Monday: Mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance of light rain showers.
Afternoon High: 66° 
Wind: SE 10-15 mph
Rain Chance: 20%

Tuesday: Some showers and thunderstorms possible through Wednesday morning; Windy.
Overnight Low: 56°
Afternoon High: 80° 
Wind: S 15-20 mph with gusts to 30 mph
Rain Chance: 30% PM and Wednesday morning before sunrise

Wednesday: Clearing skies; cooler; breezy.
Overnight Low: 42°
Afternoon High: 60°  
Wind: NW 10-20 mph
Rain Chance: 40% before sunrise


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