A nice Friday evening ahead with mostly clear skies, light east winds and temperatures sliding into the 70s by 10 p.m.
The heat continues into the weekend, but thankfully we aren’t talking about any record heat.
Well, after one of the hottest days in 2017 for Oklahoma City, we'll be tracking some showers and thunderstorms for Friday evening.
After seeing some nice rains over the state in the past week, our weather pattern changes and that will mean plenty of sunshine and heat.
A cold front has swept through the state and drier air continues to rush in from the north.
Another quiet evening across the area with some high-level clouds and temperatures falling into the upper 70’s by late Thursday.
After a beautiful afternoon across the state, we're looking at no weather complaints this evening.
After a very wet & stormy end of April, some beautiful weather heads our way just in time for the weekend.
A warm and quiet Friday evening is expected across central Oklahoma as temperatures under a south breeze fall into the upper 60s.
A mild evening across the area under mostly cloudy skies and temperatures falling into the low 60s.
Boy, it sure didn't feel like spring with that wind this morning! Wind chills were in the 30s and 40s Saturday morning!
Windy and warm will be the theme as we head into the weekend and early next week.
Storms are developing across north Texas and will move northeast Sunday evening toward central Oklahoma.
Our warm and windy conditions will continue into our Friday night.
After a beautiful Friday, we’re looking toward a quiet and mild evening with temperatures falling into the 40s.
It’s been a cold raw Friday with periods of freezing rain and freezing drizzle across the area. However, most areas have only seen light precipitation but the main event arrives Friday night and into the weekend.
Those strong south winds we saw throughout our Friday will continue into evening.
Patchy freezing drizzle will change over to all drizzle as temperatures continue to warm up Thursday evening.
Our next storm system is quickly approaching with thickening clouds and rain moving in from the southwest.