Not a washout for this weekend but keep an eye to the sky tomorrow afternoon! | 6/9PM
LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - A complex of storms is currently in Kansas. This activity will push southeast overnight. The strongest storms that do develop have the potential to reach severe limits, with the primary concerns being damaging winds between 60 to 70mph and quarter to ping pong-sized hail. The risk for tornadoes and flash flooding appears to be very low.
Overnight, temperatures will drop into the mid to upper 60s under a partly cloudy sky.
For the day on Saturday, there is again a slight chance for seeing isolated showers and thunderstorms develop, primarily in the early hours. Not everyone will see the rain, but most of us will be able to enjoy a mostly sunny to partty cloudy day as afternoon highs surge again into the mid-90s. Winds will be blowing out of the southeast between 5 to 15mph, with occasional gusts up to 20mph.
Saturday night, temperatures will fall into the mid-60s under a partly cloudy sky. Skies will continue to clear out into the day on Sunday, with a mostly sunny sky expected and afternoon highs in the mid-90s. Northeasterly winds will blow between 5 to 15mph.
The remainder of the week will offer a mix of clouds and sun, with an occasional shower or thunderstorm not out of the question. High temperatures will drop back into the upper 80s to low-90s on Monday and Tuesday, before we see those temperatures make a rebound into the mid to upper 90s by the end of the workweek.
Enjoy your weekend, Texoma!
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