Good Thursday evening, everyone. We’re pretty much starting to sound like a broken record regarding our weather setup, aren’t we? T-storm chances were the main story during the late morning and early afternoon today. Despite that, we managed another warm day with highs pushing into the upper 70s. We will see a drier pattern return, but the radar below is going to stay a bit busy for the next few days…
The t-storm chances for tonight will be coming from the group of storms out in central and south Oklahoma. We won’t see anything severe with Friday morning’s storm chances, but the future radar below at 7 AM does suggest that you grab some rain gear before you head to work in the morning…
Going into Friday, the main system finally starts to work closer and start the change in our overall weather setup as we go into the weekend. We’re still going to be ahead of the front for Friday…
Once we get into Friday afternoon, that’s when better t-storm chances will fire up. Nothing is screaming severe weather, but the strongest of the storms tomorrow afternoon and into tomorrow evening could produce some small hail and gusty winds. If there were any severe warnings for Friday, it would be mainly for wind and hail. Again, we’re not expecting anything too crazy. Before storms get going Friday afternoon, we should be able to get highs near 81°…
Rain and t-storm chances will continue into Friday night and Saturday morning. However, look at the setup for Saturday morning and going into Saturday afternoon…
Once the front passes through Saturday morning, we’ll be dry from Saturday afternoon through next Tuesday. We’ll be in the lower 70s for Saturday and Sunday, but we’ll work back into the lower to middle 80s by Monday and into next week.
Have a good night and a great Friday!
LONG RANGE FORECAST IS BELOW BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN:
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LONG RANGE FORECAST: Based off of the HP(Heady Pattern)
SLIGHT CHANCES: MEAN IT IS A WEAKER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US SCATTERED SHOWERS OR SNOW SHOWERS.
IF I DON’T SAY SLIGHT: THAT MEANS THIS IS A STRONGER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US MUCH BETTER PRECIPITATION CHANCES.
Wednesday (3rd): Warm with thunderstorms, some severe.
Thursday (4th): Warm with scattered thunderstorms, some severe.
Friday (5th): Warm with thunderstorms that could be strong to severe.
Saturday (6th): Mild with a few showers but turning cooler.
A cooler start to the week with slight rain chances on Sunday. We will warm right back up by the middle of the week with slight chances for thunderstorms the second half of the week as a weak upper level wave slowly spins across the central plains. These will just be pop-up afternoon storms.
We will see a warm start to the week with a hot finish. Slight thunderstorm chances will continue at the beginning of the week which would just be the afternoon pop-up storms. The second half of the week will be hot and dry.
This should be mainly a hot week with just a few afternoon pop-up afternoon storms the second half of the week as a weak system track across the northern plains.
When I say hot: 90+
When I say warm: 75-89
When I say mild: 60-74