UPDATE: 10:00 p.m.
Temperatures, dew points and low-level winds are very similar to last night, and this profile suggests patchy fog is possible. I'm also keeping a very slight chance of rain at 10% in the Monday forecast, mainly easy of I-35.
Cloud/Sun Mix; Warmer Mon-Tue
5:00 p.m. Sun 19 October 2014
After a cool start, Sunday’s temperatures rebounded into seasonably mild mid-70s under mostly cloudy skies west to partly cloudy elsewhere.
There will be a very weak pressure field in place during the next few days, so winds will be quite light at generally 10 mph or less. A weak front will drape itself across central Oklahoma tomorrow before dissipating on Tuesday; the mid-level trough that is pushing this front may be able to generate a few showers over northern and eastern sections of Texoma late tonight into Monday, but the odds are very low so I’m putting in just a 10% chance of showers there.
Otherwise, expect temperatures to climb a bit over the next couple of days as a weak high develops aloft by Tuesday. Overnight lows will also trend upward in a slightly more humid air mass.
The next significant change comes in the form of a cold front on Thursday. This will be a fairly weak system; it provides a chance of rain and just slightly cooler weather in its wake.
Here are the numbers:
Tonight: Partly Cloudy, Patchy Fog…Lows 48 to 54
Monday: Partly Cloudy, 10% Showers, Highs 77 to 82
Tuesday: Partly Cloudy…..57/82
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy…..58/78
Thursday: 20% Showers or Storms…..58/75
Friday: 20% Showers or Storms …..55/77
Saturday: Mostly Sunny…..53/81
Sunday: Sunny, Windy…..57/82
May You Have a Great Week!
News 12 / Weather Authority