8 p.m. Updates:
A cold front is moving on Monday and past the border there will be a moderate threat of severe weather.
Temperatures will be in the 80s before the front Monday afternoon. Behind the cold front, the peaks will be in the 1960s.
These two air masses will collide and storms will likely start in the late afternoon. The time of storm development will be between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Storms are likely to develop southeast of Oklahoma City.
These thunderstorms will have a chance to produce tennis ball sized hail, winds at 70 mph, and there will also be a tornado threat.
A few scattered storms will be possible Monday night in the Oklahoma City subway. Threats in the subway will be a quarter of hail and winds at 60 mph.
Our team of trackers will be available today and we’ll bring you updates throughout the evening.