TULSA, Oklahoma - Another hot and humid day across eastern Oklahoma before a cold front moves in the from the north Wednesday evening.  

News On 6 meteorologist Mike Grogan says highs Wednesday across eastern Oklahoma will once again be in the upper 90s, but after the front moves through tonight, it will be slightly cooler with highs in the lower 90s Thursday and Friday.

The front is currently along the Kansas-Oklahoma state line and is causing the development of some storms and showers in central and eastern Kansas.   Grogan says some of those showers could cross the state line this evening, bringing rain to sections of northeastern Oklahoma.