It's going to be another cold one this Tuesday morning! Northeast winds will keep wind chills in the 10s and 20s.
Black Friday will start with some clouds and a few light showers. Skies clear and a beautiful afternoon expected! Saturday will be warmer and windy. Sunday still looks colder.
Bitterly cold Tuesday morning! The wind chill will be dangerously cold a day after Oklahoma City saw record snowfall.
A frosty start to Friday! Temps will remain below normal but some sunshine will return to end the week.
Great weather will start off the work week with seasonable highs approaching 70 degrees both Monday and Tuesday.
Rain will spread up over the state on Thursday with likely rain chances by late day.
Most of Wednesday will be dry and mild daytime highs expected.
Some frost will likely develop Tuesday morning as clouds and areas of rain are expected toward the south.
It will be a cold start to Monday! Wind chills will start in the teens and 20s. Monday also marks the coldest morning since April.
Rain showers with isolated thunderstorms will be ongoing Friday morning.
Thursday starts chilly but should be dry most of the day.
Periods of rain and storms will continue ahead of a cold front that will arrive Tuesday.
Great weather for your Good Friday! Friday will see sunshine, light winds and mild temperatures.
Severe weather is in the forecast for Monday in the state.
The forecast looks beautiful for Wednesday afternoon: Sunny, light winds with mild temperatures.
Spring officially begins at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday.
A strong storm system will move overhead Friday and kick up its heels with strong winds and warm temperatures.
Severe storms and flooding rainfall will return to Oklahoma late Friday night.
A powerful storm system is moving through the central plains on Tuesday. This will force a dry line into central Oklahoma Tuesday afternoon.
A few scattered storms possible in northern Oklahoma early afternoon, but the stronger storms should develop along the dryline after 3 p.m.