TULSA, Oklahoma - A strong cold front is pushing through Green Country on Sunday evening. Besides a strong northerly wind and a sharp drop in temperatures, rain is likely through midnight in our region.

Most of the showers will be light, but they will make for wet roadways. The most likely time for rain in Tulsa is between 6 p.m. and midnight. The National Weather Service also has issued a wind advisory for the Tulsa area until 9 p.m. Winds up to 40 mph are possible.

After an unseasonably warm day with highs in the upper 60s, our temperatures quickly will drop into the 40s by late Sunday evening. Some places north of Tulsa will be near the freezing mark by sunrise Monday.

A few snowflakes may mix into the rain showers late this evening in far northeastern Oklahoma, but no accumulation will occur.

The rest of the week will be dry with seasonably cool weather. A warm-up is likely for Thanksgiving into Black Friday, where temperatures may climb back into the 60s for highs.

Travel weather through the holiday weekend in the Southern Plains looks fine with no wintry weather in sight at this time.