A storm system heading into Green Country could bring high wind, hail, heavy rain, and possibly even some rotation.
Widespread rainfall amounts of two to three inches are expected with localized amounts of five to seven inches possible.
Significant flash flooding will be possible, especially in areas that receive the heaviest amounts of rain.
Fox 23 Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott says that there is the threat of severe weather this afternoon and evening.
Some of those thunderstorms could contain hail or high wind.
There is even the low risk of a rotating thunderstorm, but the tornado risk is not very high.
The KRMG Storm Center will be activated to provide the most up to the minute severe weather information if conditions warrant.
Temperatures today will stay below normal, but then there will be the threat of heavy rain with flooding likely.
The National Weather Service tells us that a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for a large part of northeastern Oklahoma from 7 a.m. Monday until Tuesday evening.
We will see several rounds of thunderstorms not only today, but through the day tomorrow and possibly lasting into Wednesday morning.
Most of the area will pick up nearly two inches of rain on average, but there will be some local amounts that will be much higher than that on water-logged ground.
That's going to create some flooding issues.