Tonight will feature more cool weather, but we get a nice temperature treat tomorrow…
Lows tonight will plunge to the freezing mark with wind chills down to the teens. Expect mostly clear skies.
Saturday’s highs reach to the 60 degree mark, but transporting the warmth will be quite a bit of wind. Expect winds to gust from 25-35 mph, especially out west. The fire danger will be high in western Oklahoma where conditions will remain dry. Later in the day, clouds will increase from south to north across the state. A few light showers will be possible in central Oklahoma tomorrow evening but the best chance for rain will stay in southern and eastern Oklahoma.
Temperatures will stay above normal next week in the 50s and 60s. Arctic air crashes into our state Friday and highs will only climb to the 30s! We are carefully monitoring a storm system in the neighborhood around Christmas. Models agree on cold temperatures but not on precipitation.
Stay tuned for updates!