Oklahoma under extended heat advisory

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A heat advisory has been extended through Thursday for central and eastern Oklahoma.

Heat index values are well above 100 degrees across the state, so be careful if you plan to be outside for extended periods of time.

Our weather pattern hasn’t changed that much with the center of the heat dome to our south and the main storm track to our north.

This puts Oklahoma in weak westerly flow in the mid levels.

What does this mean?!

It means hot weather but we can’t rule out isolated to scattered storms from time to time with any disturbances coming in from the west.

As a front slides into northern Oklahoma Friday, widely scattered storms are possible for the northern half of the state.

Storms will not only bring beneficial rain but will cool down our temps to the lower 90s.

Stay cool Oklahoma!!

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