Our weather across northeastern OK continues to look pleasant despite a noticeable increase in low-level moisture resulting in a few spotty showers across OK for the next few days.
Calm and cool weather is underway this morning regarding temperature and dew points with most locations starting with lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
We’re in the running again for more scattered showers and storms this morning through at least midday to early afternoon with highs expected in the mid to upper 80s north and possibly warmer south.
Our first main window of concern will remain from approximately 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for locations near I-35 to west of Highway 75, and then from 9 p.m. through 1 a.m. for locations west of Highway 69, including the Tulsa metro.
Out of the almost 100 tornadoes that actually touched down in Tulsa County in the last 140 years, only two are classified as large, violent twisters.
The arctic air has moved southward into the Lone Star state this morning with a very cold air mass firmly entrenched across Oklahoma.
A wind chill advisory has been issued and will be in effect from 9 p.m. Monday night through noon on Tuesday. Dangerous wind chills are expected.
Fire danger issues will remain today and for part of Tuesday as strong winds again will roll across the state combined with dry vegetation and low moisture content.
About 50 people die every year from lightning strikes. It's one of nature's deadliest phenomena, but you can stay safe, by paying attention to the warning signs we've all been taught.