Overnight mostly cloudy, breezy and mild. By early morning with increasing Gulf moisture low clouds, light fog and drizzle return with morning lows in the mid-50s. Monday an upper air disturbance approaches from the southwest and rain chances increase to 30% chance by afternoon. With gusty south winds 15-25 mph highs will near 74. Tuesday and Wednesday, we enjoy warming southwest winds 15-25 mph that will heat us up into the mid-80s, ahead of the next pacific front.
A Durant couple celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with their family through the window of their assisted living center.
Today the arctic cold front to reverses directions and moves northward as a warm front. Winds will swing SE 10-20 mph helping us warm into the mid-60s. The approaching front means a 10% chance of drizzle as warm air rides over the retreating cold surface air. This afternoon with southeast winds 10-20 mph a few rays of sun are possible. Dress for highs in the mid-60s. Heading outside today, while optional, scarves, bandanas and face masks are now in style. Also today or on Monday consider making plans with your youngsters to plant a small garden. This is a great, learning project that gives the whole family something to look forward to everyday.