LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - A strong cold front as of writing this is currently located along the Oklahoma/ Kansas border. As it moves south, we’ll see falling temperatures throughout the day, gusty northeast winds and the chance for showers and storms. Southern counties will experience a greater chance for intense storms driven by daytime heating. Areas from Bowie, Archer City, Graham and Wichita Falls are under a marginal risk. Threats include 60mph winds and quarter sized hail. As the front inches closer, expect gusty northeast winds. Sustained at 10 to 20mph with gusts into the low 30s! With those breezy post-frontal northeast winds, clouds and showers, will keep temperatures much cooler for this afternoon! Most locations will experience their “high” temperature early today with temperatures during the afternoon falling into the 60s and 70s for most. Our most southern counties will still likely see 70s and 80s.