LAWTON, Okla. (TNN) - Severe chances go up overnight into tomorrow morning with another chance on Monday.
This evening there is a chance for an isolated severe storm for our far western counties, severe threat includes high winds up to 70 miles per hour, very large sized hail, flooding, and a low threat for a tornado. Overnight, storms will develop to our southwest, and by 7 am Saturday there is an 80% chance of strong and severe storms. The first round will clear out for a few hours, but an isolated severe storm may move through during the afternoon and early evening. Mostly cloudy skies tomorrow with highs in the low 80′s. Tomorrow night, dry air will move in and temperatures will drop into the 50′s by Sunday morning. Winds will continue to come out of the south at 20-30 miles per hour. Sunday will give us a short break with mostly sunny skies and highs in the 80′s. Winds will be 10-15 coming from the SSW.
Monday is another First Alert Weather Day with severe threats that include, high winds, hail, flooding, and a chance for a tornado. Flooding will be a major concern with models showing a couple of inches. Skies will be mostly cloudy Monday with highs in the 80′s and lows in the 60′s. Winds coming from the southeast at 20-30 miles per hour.
For the rest of the week, we can expect highs in the 80′s and lows in the 60′s with another chance of storms.
Have a great evening and weekend.
~ First Alert 7 Meteorologist Michelle Hughes