A warm front will slowly lift to the north into Oklahoma Thursday night, bringing low clouds, higher dew points, areas of drizzle and fog.
Visibilities may briefly be reduced early Friday morning. Temperatures won't be as cold as we start our Friday. We should only drop to the mid-40s Friday morning.
Friday looks to be a dreary day with cloudy skies and a slight chance for light rain or drizzle. Temperatures should still manage to reach the upper 50s so keep the jacket and umbrella handy.
Chances for showers and a few thunderstorms look more likely early Saturday. We have the potential of see between a half inch to three quarters of an inch of rain in the metro.
Sunday looks cloudy, too, with a slight chance of rain.
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