OKLAHOMA CITY – Get ready for the hottest day of the week! A heat advisory is in effect for central and eastern Oklahoma through Saturday evening. Temperatures will reach the upper 90s to lower 100s under mostly sunny skies. However, those high temperatures combined with high dew points will result in a heat index between 105 and 110 degrees. Lows tonight will drop to the mid to upper 70s under starry skies.
Get ready for the hottest temperatures of the season so far! Highs today will soar to the upper 90s and low 100s with a heat index between 105 and 110. Lows tonight will drop to the mid 70s. Highs will continue to climb this week as the heat dome sits overhead and strengthens. Temperatures will peak tomorrow and Saturday with OKC reaching its first 100 degree high of the season. The heat dome will weaken and slide east Sunday, allowing for a few storms through Monday.
Get ready for the hottest temperatures of the season so far, mainly late this week. Highs today will soar to the upper 90s and low 100s with a heat index between 100 and 108. Lows tonight will drop to the mid 70s. Highs will continue to climb this week as the heat dome sits overhead and strengthens. Temperatures will peak Friday and Saturday with OKC reaching its first 100 degree high of the season. The heat dome will weaken and slide east Sunday, allowing for a few storms through Monday.
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