First Alert Forecast: arctic air arrives overnight

First Alert Forecast: arctic air arrives overnight
First Alert Forecast with Meteorologist Mandy Bailey.

LAWTON, OK (TNN) - Happy Friday! A warm and windy day ahead for us all.

First thing this morning some patchy fog is pushing through the area. Expect this to last through sunrise and a few hours after. More clouds stream in through mid morning. South winds pick up, and temps reach the mid to upper 60s today. North winds arrive this evening, gusting up to 50 mph overnight. Wind chills fall into the teens by early Saturday.

We could also see some scattered showers tonight across SW OK. Fog and drizzle will also mix in with mostly cloudy skies. Some of this could transition into wet snowflakes by early Saturday morning. Lows drop into the 20s this morning with highs in the 30s and low 40s Saturday. Feels like temps stay in the 20s and teens much of Saturday.

Overnight Saturday into early Sunday, temps fall into the low 20s with feels like temps in the teens. Plenty of sunshine and strong S winds help us reach the upper 40s and low 50s Sunday.

Upper 50s are with us on Monday with partly cloudy skies and S winds gusting up to 30 mph. Another arctic front pushes through Monday into Tuesday, dropping our highs into the 40s Tuesday and Wednesday.

More arctic air arrives as we head into this weekend.

-First Alert Meteorologist Mandy Bailey

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