OKLAHOMA – Temperatures will be a little less hot today, thanks to the weak summer front that has settled across the area. I’m expecting highs low to mid 90s instead of the upper 90s and lower 100s from Saturday. Yes, it’s still hot but not as hot. The best chance for scattered t’storms today is across western, southern and southeastern Oklahoma. I’m only expecting isolated t’storms in central Oklahoma this Sunday afternoon / evening.
OKLAHOMA CITY – A weak summer front in the area means scattered t’storms possible this weekend with slightly not as hot temps. The best chance for scattered t’storms is Saturday afternoon and evening in central OK and then better chances in western OK on Sunday. But, can’t rule out pop up t’storms just about anywhere this weekend so keep an eye to the sky. Any t’storms that get going will be capable of producing heavy rainfall, gusty winds, lightning and some hail.
OKLAHOMA – Stalled front will slowly fade away today across Oklahoma. So, one more day with isolated to scattered t’storms. Highs today once again in the 90s, but random t’storms will keep a few areas in the 80s just like yesterday. Not expecting any storm clusters tonight. Partly cloudy to mostly clear skies with areas of patchy fog. Lows tonight mid 60s to mid 70s with light winds. The summer heat dome begins to build closer to Oklahoma this week.
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