If you live east of Interstate 35, it might seem a few degrees cooler Thursday morning with much of the state reporting 60s and 70s temperatures.
West of I-35, the heat keeps building in, and for most of the state this afternoon, it’s going to be fair and hot. A few high clouds around, but it won’t keep the sun from blistering the state.
Highs in central Oklahoma will be near 97 degrees with a heat index above 100 degrees. A Heat advisory will continue through Friday so follow your summer survival tips and stay indoors when you can, drink your water and care for your outdoor pets.
Thursday night, it will be hot, humid and dry with the overnight lows in the 70s.
A Hot weekend is in store for Oklahoma with 100 plus temperatures possible. But a golden nugget is in store for the state next week with 70s and 80s for the highs.