TULSA, Oklahoma – A cold front is expected to move into northeast Oklahoma Monday night into early Tuesday morning, bringing a chance of rain to much of Northeast Oklahoma.
The front will slide down from southern Kansas into parts of northeast Oklahoma late Monday night, with showers located slightly behind the boundary.
"Clouds will be increasing later tonight along with the chance of showers or storms," said News On 6 meteorologist Alan Crone. "The pattern will become active and unsettled by the end of the week into much of next week."
Crone said there will be about a 50 percent chance of showers Tuesday, with a high of 68 degrees.
Highs will bounce back into the upper 70's for the rest of the week, with chances of rain increasing as the weekend approaches.
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