A Strong Storm Possible Tomorrow Night, Most Remain Dry

More Showers and Storms Possible Late This Week into Early Next Week

First Alert Forecast - Jacob Dickey

TONIGHT: Look for breezy south winds 10-20 mph continuing with lows in the upper 50s and low 60s. A mostly clear to partly cloudy sky is expected.

MONDAY: The day overall looks dry with highs back into the 70s. Look for breezy south winds 10-25 mph under a partly cloudy sky. Clouds increase through the afternoon and evening hours.

MONDAY NIGHT: A cold front pushes through the area between sunset and sunrise, bringing a turn in the winds 10-25 mph to the NW. It may also be accompanied by some showers and a few thunderstorms, with better odds in Oklahoma. A few storms could have gusty winds and small hail, but the overall threat remains low. Lows fall into the upper 40s to mid 50s under a partly cloudy sky.

TUESDAY: Some lingering showers possible in the morning hours under a mostly cloudy sky, becoming sunny into the afternoon. Winds from the NW 10-20 mph. Highs remain in the 60s, lows at night in the 30s.

WEDNESDAY: Lots of sunshine with light and variable winds, turning form the S and SW. Temperatures in the upper 60s, some low 70s possible. Lows at night in the 40s.

THURSDAY - SATURDAY: At some point, a cold front pushes through and clears the area, more than likely Thursday Night into Friday morning. It’s expected that the boundary may stall out in the region, bringing lingering chances for showers and a few storms Thursday Night through Saturday morning, with perhaps the better chances for rain and storms at night. Highs will be in the 60s and 70s, with lows in the 40s. We’ll monitor the timing and progression of the system and keep you updated.

SATURDAY AFTERNOON - EARLY NEXT WEEK: We’ll anticipate dry conditions to return with a mostly sunny sky. Highs in the 60s and 70s, lows in the 40s appear most likely.

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