From the National Weather Service, Norman Forecast Office:
Shower and thunderstorm chances will continue through the morning hours.
Overall, severe chances will be low, but a few strong storms cannot be ruled out.
From the National Weather Service, Norman Forecast Office: Storms will linger behind the front with a few strong to severe storms remaining possible.
Heavy rainfall leading to river and/or flash flooding will also be a concern,
especially in south central and southeastern Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma Mesonet weather network shows that Cheyenne, Okla. has received .97 inches of rain and Medford .37, in the last 24 hours.
Looking ahead to Tuesday through Sunday, from the National Weather Service, Norman: “Thunderstorms will be possible throughout the day Tuesday across parts of southern
Oklahoma and western, north Texas. No severe weather is expected.”
And it has been a cold start to the day on this Monday for some in Oklahoma, according to the Oklahoma Mesonet, specifically the Panhandle and parts of western Oklahoma:
|Coolest Minimum Temperatures|
|1 – Kenton||37.5F||6:35 am|
|2 – Boise City||37.8F||7:05 am|
|3 – Goodwell||41.8F||4:50 am|
|4 – Hooker||42.7F||3:05 am|
|5 – Beaver||44.3F||5:35 am|
|6 – Slapout||45.1F||8:25 am|
|7 – Arnett||48.5F||6:05 am|
|8 – Cheyenne||48.7F||7:15 am|
|9 – Buffalo||49.7F||7:40 am|
|10 – Erick||49.8F||7:40 am|
|11 – May Ranch||50.1F||8:25 am|
|12 – Woodward||50.3F||7:55 am|
|13 – Camargo||51.6F||7:55 am|
|14 – Freedom||51.8F||8:20 am|
|15 – Seiling||52.5F||8:15 am|