TULSA, OKLAHOMA – A cold front moved into northeastern Oklahoma late Thursday night and Friday morning, bringing showers and cooler temperatures.
The storms were not severe and they brought much-needed rainfall to some parts of Oklahoma.
The system arrived in the Tulsa area late Thursday night.
"Highest rainfall totals will probably be from Tulsa to the south and east where one inch is possible," said News On 6 Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer. "And then a few isolated areas could have up to two inches."
Meyer said some areas of northwest Arkansas could see as much as 3 inches of rain Friday morning.
The rain is clearing out, just in time for Friday night football games.
Another system will arrive Sunday morning, bringing cooler temperatures and a slight chance for showers.
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