The Heat Continues, but Change is Coming

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The Heat Continues, but Change is Coming

LAWTON, Okla. (TNN) - Heat advisories are in effect for parts of Texoma over the next few days. Get the details on your KSWO Weather App.

KSWO Forecast - 8/12/20 with Jacob Dickey

TONIGHT: Look for a clear sky with temperatures falling into the upper 70s to near 80. South winds will fall between 5-15 mph.

THURSDAY: High climb into the triple digits area-wide with heat index values between 105 and 115. Expect a sunny to mostly sunny sky with south winds Low at night fall into the upper 70s. South winds will be 10-20 mph.

FRIDAY: Under a mostly sunny sky, highs are back into the upper 90s to mid 100s in the region. South winds remain 10-20 mph. Look for lows at night dropping into the mid to upper 70s. An isolated shower can’t be ruled out Friday Night, but most, if not all will remain dry.

SATURDAY: We’ll anticipate Saturday being a dry day with temperatures back in the upper 90s and low 100s with a partly cloudy sky. Lows fall into the 70s. Saturday Night, some showers and storms are possible, but trends will be monitored.

SUNDAY / MONDAY: Some showers and storms are possible as a cold front charges through. This means high are only in the 90s, with a few spots in the upper 80s not out of the question. Some uncertainty remains with the timing of the front and how much rain we might be able to squeeze out, so check back for details. Winds will shift back out of the north 10 - 20 mph.

NEXT WEEK: Cooler than normal weather looks likely for at least a good part of the week. Another midweek cold front may reinforce the drier air in place which would bring a partly cloudy sky, warm days and cooler nights. We’ll monitor for any additional chances for rain.

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