First Alert 7 Forecast: precipitation ends and we look ahead to a warming trend

First Alert 7 Forecast: precipitation ends and we look ahead to a warming trend

LAWTON, OK (TNN) - Any rain or wintry mix will end this evening and temperatures will be warming up over the next several days.

Cloudy with patchy drizzle possible this evening then clearing after midnight. Temperatures between 32-34 falling slowly, then turning colder after midnight as skies clear a bit. Low in the mid to upper 20s. Watch for a few slick spots in far western Oklahoma and far northern counties closer to I-40 but roads should slowly dry out this evening, preventing any major travel problems.

Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy tomorrow with highs in the mid 50s. West to southwest winds 10-15 mph. Mostly cloudy tomorrow night with lows around 30. The clouds will be stubborn Thursday but highs should reach the upper 50s thanks to breezy southeast winds. Our next weather-maker will sweep through Texoma between Friday & Saturday, producing scattered rain showers and possibly a few heavy downpours and storms Saturday morning. Highs in the mid 50s Friday and 60s with clearing on Saturday. Winds could be quite strong on Saturday, shifting to the northwest later in the day.

A quiet and nice Sunday is in store with highs in the upper 50s and lows in the low 30s. Partly cloudy and mild early next week with highs near or just above 60.

Watch for slick spots if you are traveling off to the north or into far western Texoma. Have a great evening!

~ First Alert 7 Chief Meteorologist Matt DiPirro

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