LAWTON, Okla. (TNN) -
Tonight will stay quiet and dry with overnight lows dropping into the upper 20s and low 30s by daybreak tomorrow. As our next big weather maker will arrive over the weekend but it won’t impact the entirety of it so here are the details:
The day tomorrow will stay dry but cloudy. Highs only in the mid to upper 40s with light east to southeast winds. As the system dives southwest it’ll bring a colder airmass in place plus overall precipitation chances. If you’ve been keeping a close eye on the forecast over the past few days, you know there’s been some uncertainty with this system but things are starting to become more clear.
The center of the storm is trending to have a center-like track keeping highest impacts south and west of the Seymour/ Crowell line. As the storm nears the western counties by 9PM Saturday night a wintry mix is likely to start but the overall profile of the atmosphere supports mainly snow showers for this event and that transition will happen quickly.
Snow showers will continue through Sunday morning before coming to a slow end by the late evening.
Accumulations looks to be highest south and west with totals between 3-6″ plus. Snow totals will taper off the more north and east you go. Counties along the Red River looking to pick up an inch to 3″ with an dusting to an inch possible for the rest of the viewing area.
A mid-week warm up will occur with highs rising into the mid and upper 50s and a return of sunshine too!
This forecast will evolved and change over the next 24 hours. Stay weather aware and up-to-date with the forecast by downloading the First Alert 7 Weather App.
Have a great day and a better weekend!