By News 9 Meteorologist Nick Bender
Sounds like a best-selling fiction novel, right? Wrong. A large ridge of high pressure in the mid-levels of the atmosphere will sprawl out across the western two-thirds of the county this work week. High pressure typically signals sunny, dry and warm conditions. With high pressure in place across our neck of the woods, sunny, dry and warm conditions are exactly what Oklahoma will experience this entire work week.
Mild mornings; warm, sunny afternoons; not a lot of wind; low, to nonexistent storm chances - commodities during a week in the month of May.