OKLAHOMA CITY - A cold front passed overnight and shifted our winds out of the northwest. It will remain windy Wednesday with gusts of up to 40 to 45 mph at times.

A wind advisory is in place for western and northwestern Oklahoma until the early afternoon. It will be mostly sunny and seasonal. Temperatures are cooler behind the front with highs in the low 70s.

Winds will start to relax Wednesday night as high pressure is in control overnight. The lows will be cooler with temperatures in the lower 40s. 

Thursday will be a beautiful day! We will see much needed relief with lighter winds. A large, high pressure will keep us dry and sunny. Highs will be comfortable in the mid-  to upper 60s.

Later this week, the weather will be picture perfect! We will see lighter winds, sunny conditions and a slightly cooler temperatures in the mid- to upper 60s.

Late Friday, we will see our next storm system develop in the panhandle. A statewide rain is expected to move in late Friday evening/night. It will be reaching the metro by Friday night and will become widespread Saturday. 

We should see a soaking rain Saturday with nearly a 100 percent chance of rain statewide. A few inches are possible from Friday night into Sunday. 

Sunday rain will track eastward and moves out of the state by late weekend.