Undated – UNDATED (AP) Flood watches are in effect across Oklahoma as heavy rain falls across the state.
Forecasters say more showers and thunderstorms are likely on Monday.
The National Weather Service says a cold front that eased into the state on Friday has moved farther south than originally forecast. That has increased the possibility of heavy rainfall overnight and early tomorrow, especially in southern Oklahoma.
Heavy rain is also forecast over northwestern Oklahoma, with pockets of very heavy rain at rates of around 3 inches per hour along and west of Interstate 44.
Flood watch will remain in effect through Monday for much of western and central Oklahoma.