TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma - Another bout of spring storms is on the way to Green Country for our Saturday.

After fairly dry conditions for the morning hours, scattered storms look to develop across eastern Oklahoma this afternoon. With enough instability in place, some of these will likely become strong to severe with a threat of large hail and damaging winds. Just keep an eye to the sky and keep your News On 6 weather app handy if you have afternoon outdoor plans! Outside of any storms, it’ll be another warm day with highs in the lower to mid-70s this afternoon.



Scattered strong to severe storms remain possible this evening, particularly across northeast Oklahoma. Storm coverage looks to decrease during the night, with most overnight storm activity confined to Arkansas or perhaps extreme southeast Oklahoma.

 

A bit muggier conditions will surge into Green Country on Sunday as the spring warmth continues! An isolated shower or storm is possible during the day Sunday, but outside of any storm activity will again climb into the mid to upper 70s with that increased humidity out ahead of a weak cold front. That front looks to be a focal point for more scattered storms to develop Sunday evening into Sunday night, particularly southeast of the I-44 corridor. Once again some of these will be strong to severe with damaging wind and large hail threat continuing into late Sunday night.

Rain and storm chances look to diminish by early Monday morning, and the spring warmth will continue to crank up from there! Highs will climb back into the upper 70s on Monday, and our first 80s of the year look very likely by Tuesday and Wednesday! Some very windy conditions will also arrive by Wednesday ahead of a much stronger cold front that will bring sharply cooler weather back to Green Country by late next week.

I hope you have a great Saturday, Green Country! Be sure to check in with us on News On 6, at NewsOn6.com, and the News On 6 weather app for storm updates throughout the day!