Chances for storms through most of next week

Published: 06/16/2019, 4:52 PM
Edited: 03/11/2021, 10:22 AM
(TULSA, Okla.) Showers and thunderstorms are expected to continue to develop along and south of the boundary, with the greater potential mainly south of Interstate 44 across East Central Oklahoma into Northwest Arkansas. Additional thunderstorms, currently along/just south of the Red River, will also remain possible overnight across Southeast Oklahoma into Western Arkansas as the upper level low moves over the area. The marginal severe potentials mentioned above look to weaken overnight with the loss of daytime heating and as the remaining instability weakens and becomes more elevated. Thunderstorm chances will remain possible during the day Monday and begin to taper off Monday evening/night from west to east with the exiting upper level low. Small thunderstorm chances could remain possible for parts of our coverage area Tuesday, before another wave is forecast to push through across the region Tuesday night. This shortwave is forecast to approach the area Wednesday and move through Wednesday night with thunderstorm chances finally tapering off and exiting Thursday morning. In the wake of this second wave, more summer like conditions look to develop with hot and humid conditions possible at the end of the week.


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