Tuesday is News 9 meteorologist Lacey Swope's last day with us here in Oklahoma City.
Two rounds of storms are on their way to Oklahoma Tuesday and overnight into Wednesday.
Hope your Friday is going great! Here's your weekend forecast.
Look forward to a warm Thursday evening with a strong south breeze.
It is predicted to be cool Wednesday evening with winds relaxing. Clouds will increase Wednesday night and we may see patchy drizzle along and east of Interstate 35.
The last few days the storm chances have been late afternoon or evening and went into the overnight hours.
As the dryline pushes east, storms will likely develop again Tuesday afternoon. Ingredients are coming together for another stormy evening across western OK.
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There will be more storms for parts of Oklahoma Wednesday. Hail and wind are the main threats.
As the dryline continues to move in from the west, storms will likely develop Monday afternoon.
Scattered showers and storms are still possible through mid-morning. The question remains, what will happen when all the rain from the Texas panhandles moves into Oklahoma?
Rain has moved out and we are in for a sunny day!
Several Oklahoma counties are under a severe thunderstorm warning.
We will continue to track new storms that are developing south of the Red River and will likely be moving into southern Oklahoma later today.
A weak storm system is moving through Kansas this morning, and may provide a few showers in northern Oklahoma.
After a mild night, we are in for a sunny and warm afternoon! A cold front is moving in today, and this will provide us with a strong northwest wind.
Warmest day of the year so far is now underway! Highs will approach records this afternoon.
Wednesday kicked off with a beautiful sunrise, but cold frosty conditions.
Merry Christmas, Oklahoma! I hope your day is filled with many blessings. Here's the latest on our Winter Storm/Blizzard looking at the latest data.
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