Today, there is still a chance for a few isolated t'storms, but mainly areas toward the extreme eastern part of the state. A cold front has yet to swing through - so this will be our trigger. One important difference? We lack energy - so the severity of the storms will be null.
The cold front will track east throughout the day sparking off these sct'd showers. Tonight we dip in the temp department. Lows will dive to the mid 40s. Tomorrow, we struggle to make the mid 50s for highs.
This cool and showery trend will continue through much of this week. Sunshine rolls in by Saturday and that'll help temps get back to normal.
KSPR Meteorologist Lindsey Slater