Another GORGEOUS February day for the Sooner State.
Highs today will range from the lower 60s to the lower 70s, depending on where you are in relation to today's weak cold front.
Highs tomorrow will only make it to the lower 50s with a strong northeast wind.
We will have an opportunity late Monday and early Tuesday for some cold rain across mainly central and southern Oklahoma. It doesn't look like a deluge, but we'll take whatever we can get at this point. I think our better rain chances arrive late this week into next weekend, when a few thunderstorms will be possible.
The rest of the month, temperature wise, will trend below normal. Not extreme cold like we had early in February, but not extremely warm, like we've seen lately. And with only spotty rain chances, the drought conditions will continue to worsen. I'm already looking forward to spring!
Don't forget to set your clocks FORWARD an hour on March 9. Two weeks away!