September 20th 2014 3:30 P.M.
Today … we stared the morning in the upper 60s with some light dew and patchy fog that burned off quickly. Throughout the day we will enjoy Southeast Breezes 5-15 mph and Partly Cloudy skies. It’s a “Drink Lots of Water Day” with humid afternoon Highs pushing 90.
Overnight into Sunday … a weak Cold Front pushes into Northwest Oklahoma slowly headed our way. Again by morning we will have patchy fog, near calm winds and Lows near 69.
Sunday … ahead of the weak Front … skies will be Partly to Mostly Cloudy … with Scattered Afternoon Showers and Widely Scattered Storms. The Storms that do develop will not be severe, but they will be capable of Locally Heavy Rainfall. Winds will switch from the Southwest to the North 10-15 mph with afternoon Highs jumping to near 92 just before the Front Passes.
Sunday night into Monday … as the Sun goes down so does our chance of showers. Overnight expect slowly clearing skies and morning Lows in the Mid 60s.
Monday … we turn Mostly Sunny and mild with East breezes 10-15 mph … and afternoon Highs near 87. Then Monday Night … “Fall 2014” officially begins at 9:29 p.m. CDT.
Tuesday and Wednesday … night skies will be Clear, Calm and Cool with morning Lows near 62. Afternoon skies will be Mostly Sunny … as we warm 20 plus degrees into the Mid 80s … with Southeast winds 10-15 mph.
Thursday and Friday … the mild and dry weather continues … with Partly Cloudy skies, South-Southeast winds 10-20 and gust to 25 mph, as Highs move into the upper 80s.
Hope you enjoy the Weekend of Summer !
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