TULSA, OK -- A cold front moving into northeastern Oklahoma Friday night and Saturday morning could trigger some severe thunderstorms.
News On 6 meteorologist Katie Green says temps could be in the 70's by Friday afternoon.
Those warm temps along with moist air ahead of the front could spark a spring-like weather event overnight with isolated thunderstorms, hail and a slight threat for a tornado.
Green says look for falling temperatures and clearing skies along with northerly winds behind the cold front by Saturday afternoon.
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