Saturday … an upper air ridge of High Pressure, Dry Air and Southwest breezes 5-15 mph is pushing temperatures 20 degrees above normal … to near 90. Today’s near record Highs are actually typical June Temps.
Overnight … winds will be South-Southwest 5-12 mph. Under Clear Skies, Breezy morning Lows will only drop to near 63.
Sunday … with developing Low Pressure across the Texas / Oklahoma Panhandles our Winds will increase from the South-Southwest 15-25 mph under Sunny skies. Because of slightly higher humidity … afternoon Highs will be a tad cooler near 88 … but still way above normal for Late October.
Monday … another Cold Front takes aim on Texoma … and with increasing Gulf Moisture and Gusty South winds 15-25 mph … skies will turn Mostly Sunny. After mild morning Lows near 62 … thanks to the increased Humidity and Clouds … afternoon Highs will be slightly cooler near 82.
Tuesday … the Front slowly pushes through Texoma as winds turning from South to North 15-25 mph … under Partly Cloudy skies along and behind the Front … we will have Isolated Showers and Rain. Afternoon Highs will be much cooler near 73.
Overnight into Wednesday morning … clouds and Spotty Showers will linger as morning Lows drop to near 52.
Wednesday … behind the Cold Front … skies slowly clear throughout the day … but with cool East breezes 5-10 mph afternoon Highs will only reach 74.
Thursday and Friday … reinforcing cool dry air arrives … keeping Lows in the low 50s … and afternoon Highs in the low 70s. Skies will be Mostly Sunny as winds blow from the West-Northwest to the North-Northeast 10-20 mph.
Remember to please pass the word … Do Not Leave Pets or Children in the Car … with Temps nearing 90 today and Sunday … Cars will heat up to 125 degrees or hotter in less than 15-25 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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