Saturday … kicks off only the second weekend of Triple Degree Temps this entire Summer. After mild morning Lows near 75 … temps will jump 25 degrees to 100. Today will be Sunny with South breezes 15-20 mph.
Overnight … breezes will be light from the South 2-8 mph under clear skies as morning Lows drop back to 75.
Sunday … we do it all again … High 101, Sunny skies and South-Southwest breezes 10-15 mph.
Monday … our Heat Wave Continues …with the longest stretch of Triple Digit Heat of this Summer … a big “3 days” in a row ! Expect a High of 101, South-Southwest breezes 10-15 mph and Sunny skies.
Tuesday … the Ridge of High pressure over Texoma starts to shift east … Gulf Moisture increases, skies turn Mostly Sunny with South breezes 10-15 mph. Because of the clouds and the slight increase in moisture … Afternoon Highs will drop to near 99.
Wednesday … an Upper Air Trough over the Rockies will help push another Summer Cold Front in our direction. In advance of the approaching Front … skies will become Partly Cloudy with a chance of Widely Scattered afternoon Showers and Storms. Afternoon Highs will be a bit cooler near 96 with South-Southwest winds10-15 mph.
Wednesday Night into Thursday … the Cold Front pushes across Texoma into North Texas by morning with Scattered Showers and Storms overnight ending in the morning. Morning Lows will be cooler near 70 with Mostly to Partly Cloudy Skies.
Thursday … Afternoon Skies will remain Partly Cloudy with a chance of more Showers, Northeast breezes 10-15 mph … as Highs warm to 92, normal for this time of year.
Friday … we start off with cool morning Lows in the upper 60s. By afternoon winds swing East 5-15 mph and skies will be Mostly Sunny as we warm back to Highs near 92.
Remember to please pass the word … Do Not Leave Pets or Children in the Car … with Temps nearing 100s today through Tuesday … Cars will heat up to 125 degree or hotter in less than 10-15 minutes ... Parked Cars will be Death Traps ! Double Check, so no one is left behind when parking your car.
- TULSA, Okla. (AP) - The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory through late Wednesday for much of the state as stifling heat and humidity continue to affect Oklahoma this week.
- OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Gov. Mary Fallin has declared a state emergency across Oklahoma after several wildfires broke out across the state, including a blaze north of Oklahoma City that destroyed at least a half dozen homes and left one man dead.
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