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Good morning Oklahoma! Another nice Fall Day today with variable clouds and temps warming into the low to mid 80s with light north winds. Only rain chances today in far west central and southwest Oklahoma. Strong cold front arrives by tomorrow morning with north winds and highs struggling to reach 70 degrees! Not much rain with this front but some light rain possible late tonight and tomorrow across southern into central Oklahoma!
We’ll see partly cloudy skies and mild weather tonight. Overnight lows will be a mix of upper-50’s and low-60’s. Thursday will be partly cloudy, breezy and warm. Highs will make it into the mid-80’s again with rain chances across Western Oklahoma. Late Friday we will see...
Here’s the latest on the potential storm system for later next week and next weekend. Latest data showing the storm slowing down. This means a warmer and wetter forecast and even possible severe weather depending on how this plays out. This is a big storm system with snow in the mountains and strong to severe storms possible along the Gulf Coast and even in the southern plains depending on track. Eventually cooler temps as the system moves east but it’s a slow mover. This could be good for significant rainfall over portions of Oklahoma especially eastern Oklahoma. Way too early for details but worth watching closely for outside plans next weekend. Of course this is a long range forecast and as new data comes in we will update the forecast as needed. Stay tuned!
We’ll see partly cloudy skies tonight. There will be some showers across the Panhandle. Overnight lows will dip in to the 50’s again with light winds. Partly cloudy and warm tomorrow afternoon. Highs will make it back in the 80’s again. There will be a low chance...
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