OKLAHOMA CITY - It's another big fire day out west.

In the Oklahoma City metro, it is not as cold Tuesday morning as it has been. We are trading in the 30s for the 50s. Winds will become gusty by mid-morning. The gusts will push to 30 to 40 mph. A wind advisory is in effect for western Oklahoma until Tuesday evening. Highs in Oklahoma City will reach the mid-80s. It will reach about the 90s out west with low humidity.

Tuesday night, we will see a cold front arrive. It is a dry front, so there is no chance of rain. Our winds do shift out of the northwest and it will still be breezy.

It will be slightly cooler behind the front on Wednesday and Thursday with his in the low 70s. It will be seasonal and sunny. Our winds are still high and gusts will be between 30 to 40 mph. The fire threat remains extreme on Wednesday out to the west.

Most of Friday will be dry but our next system develops Friday evening/night. It will bring a statewide rain into Saturday!

A few inches will be possible. Saturday will be wet and most of the rain will move across the state throughout the day. The rain should taper off by Sunday.