LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - Temperatures are expected to build over the next few days...so is the wildfire danger.
Clear skies and light winds stick around for the rest of the afternoon and evening hours. Temperatures will slide through the 20s by sunset then drop into the low to mid teens overnight.
Breezy south winds pick up tomorrow through Saturday, resulting in much warmer temperatures and an increased fire danger. Highs will top out near 50 tomorrow, the low 60s Friday, and the upper 60s to low 70s on Saturday.
Our next cold front and storm system will arrive Sunday with a few showers to the east and strong northwest winds later in the day. Highs may sneak into the low to mid 60s before cooling off late. Next week will only be slightly cooler with highs in the mid 50s Monday and near 60 Tuesday.
Enjoy the rest of your Wednesday!
-First Alert Chief Meteorologist Austin Bowling
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