The dry spell has ended in the Oklahoma Panhandle with more than 3 inches of rain around the Guymon area as of Monday morning.
Other areas, according to the Oklahoma Mesonet received more than 2 inches of rain as a cool front entered the state.
State Climatologist Gary McManus said the showers and storms will move eastward into western and central Oklahoma. News 9 meteorologist David Payne predicted some areas close to the western side of Oklahoma City could get 2 inches by Tuesday night or Wednesday.
The cool front will bring day-time highs only in the 70s this week.
But McManus also cautioned, “To sump up, a burst of fall this week, some really nice temperatures and rainfall in some places, but hot weather is probably not done for the year just yet.”