Monday night: Partly cloudy, low around 36.
MONDAY: A little breezy with sunshine and patchy clouds.
Our fire danger issues across eastern Oklahoma will also increase due to the strong winds both today and even more so Saturday morning. Northwest wind 14 to 17 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 28 miles per hour.
Gusty winds, clocking up to 45 miles per hour are possible late evening.
“Once the sun sets that night, that cold air is going to drop in and it’s going to keep it cold”, he added.
Today – Rain at times heavy ending this morning then cloudy with 60 per cent chance of showers. With clear skies, temperatures Sunday morning should be in the low to middle 30s. Winds will begin to pick up a head of a front this afternoon. Calm weather continues into Tuesday as well, a bit warmer with highs in the 40s. The good news is that the weather will cooperate. There is a small bump in the nice weather road on Wednesday, with some light rain possible in the morning, especially closer to the shore.
Thanksgiving week is looking dry, mild, and sunny.
While a few left over showers may occur before 9am tomorrow clouds will be decreasing during the morning leaving mostly sunny skies by the afternoon. In fact, we’ll see much warmer than average highs on Wednesday and Thanksgiving. A cold front makes temperatures tumble. Ahead of the front, southwest winds will crank through the day, and by Saturday afternoon, winds could gust over 25 or 30mph at times. Highs on Monday will be in the low and mid 60s, with lows back into the 30s and 40s. A quick moving low pressure system will move from Lake Erie through the Saint Lawrence River Valley overnight, and exit to our northeast Sunday. The afternoon will feature a mix of sun and clouds with a high near 40.