A cold front is on the way with some comfortable conditions just in time of the weekend. Until then, we’ll have to deal with another warm and humid evening.
Most areas will stay dry but we couldn’t rule out a pop up storm in far northwestern Oklahoma.
After midnight, our cold front arrives across northern Oklahoma with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. A few maybe strong with gusty winds but they should continue to weaken overnight as they push south across the state. The best chances of rain look to be northeast of OKC across northeast Oklahoma.
Behind the cold front, north winds will increase 15-25mph with gusts over 30mph by Friday morning. Lows will bottom out in the 60s.
As we head through Friday, the cold front will continue to head south allow for those gusty north winds to bring in cooler and drier air. Afternoon highs under mostly clouds skies will only top out in the 70s to lower 80s. Rain chances by afternoon will be confined across southern half of the state.
As we head towards the weekend, we’re still looking at some great outdoor weather.
Morning lows on Saturday under clear skies and light winds will fall in the 40s and 50s. By afternoon, the under abundant sunshine temperatures will top out below normal in the upper 70s.
On Sunday, south winds begin to return and so do the warmer temperatures but we still remain below normal with low to middle 80 highs.
Sunshine and highs back in the low 90s take back over as we head into next week!
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