Updated: 5 min 24 sec ago
After a low chance of light rain early Sunday morning across the Red River Valley, sunny skies will return statewide into the afternoon.
Freshman Gabbi Ortiz scored 16 points and Vionise Pierre-Louis added 15 to lead fifth-seeded Oklahoma to a 111-84 victory over No. 12 seed Quinnipiac in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
TaShawn Thomas powered his way to 18 points inside and versatile Buddy Hield added 15 to lead third-seeded Oklahoma past Albany on Friday night, carrying the Sooners into the Round of 32 after early exits the last two years.
Most of Saturday will be dry, but mostly cloudy with rain possible along the Red River Valley into the evening.
A dangerous holdup in Norman was caught on camera Sunday night.
Contractors are building above-ground storm shelters for thousands of residents living in the University of Oklahoma's student housing facilities and apartment complexes.
Even though most of Friday will be dry across Oklahoma, the clouds may be slow to move out.
The executive director of Sigma Alpha Epsilon held a press conference Wednesday to issue a national apology and address investigation concerns following the racist Oklahoma University videos.
Another round of showers and t-storms are expected late Thursday. An isolated t-storm may produce hail the size of quarters.
Rain is likely Wednesday, mainly during the morning hours, but rain is possible in the afternoon.
The Oklahoma and Oklahoma State women's basketball teams punched their tickets to the NCAA Tournament.
The march toward a title starts now as the Oklahoma and Oklahoma State basketball teams learned Sunday where, when, and against which teams they will start off against in the NCAA Tournament.
The University of Oklahoma has retained a prominent Oklahoma attorney and former U.S. District judge to assist school officials with an investigation into a racist chant by some fraternity members.