Overnight temperatures will range from the mid-40s to low 50s throughout the forecast period.
Monday starts off with a mostly sunny sky. Temperatures will drop into the lower and mid 60s, with winds from the south southeast 15-20 miles per hour.
We're continuing to track more rounds of thunderstorms in store through the end of the work week.
News 9's weather team will be watching the severe threat each and every day with the stormtrackers.
Our string of severe weather days begins Sunday afternoon and Sunday evening with storm chances and severe weather in western Oklahoma. It won't be storming all day every day, but each day's storm setup will depend on the day before. As of right now, parts of the KWWL viewing area are under a slight risk for severe weather for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Some of the storms may become severe with large hail, high wind gusts and an isolated tornado risk. With the higher moisture levels, heavy rain is possible if you get caught under a thunderstorms.