OKLAHOMA CITY - It will feel fantastic outside, but the wildfire danger worsens for Friday across Oklahoma.

There is relief on deck, however, according to News 9 meteorologists. Our next storm system is moving onto the West Coast.

Temperatures reached the upper 70s Thursday with a breezy south wind between 20 and 30 mph. Lows will dip into the 50s Thursday night before the mercury climbs to the mid-80s in some places Friday.

The fire threat zone will be moderate to high in central Oklahoma on Friday.

Storm chances return on Sunday with a low threat of severe storms for central and south-central parts of the state. Thunderstorms are most likely across eastern Oklahoma.

Join meteorologist Cassie Heiter after basketball tonight on News 9 for her full 9-day forecast.

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