Cold air worked its way into the area rather quickly overnight, stomping much of the severe weather threat.Still, we are watching for showers and storms- some of which may produce some small pea to marble sized hail. A cold rain for much of the day, will be followed by clearing for the remainder of the week.As far as any frozen precipitation is concerned- most of this stays northwest of Tulsa, past I-35, where some icing may cause problems on trees and power lines.Today: Showers and a few storms. A chilly afternoon rain. Winds: NW 15-30 mph. High in Tulsa: 43.Tonight: A few showers, then becoming partly cloudy and cold. Winds: NW 15-25 mph. Low in Tulsa: 31.
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