One more cool day is in store as surface high pressure to our north slides southeast today.
Hight temps will run around 10 degrees below seasonal norms, with the 40s in the north to 50s across Southeast Oklahoma. After a chilly start to the day on Wednesday, south winds will return along with considerably warmer temps.
The mild weather will persist into Thursday along with gradually improving low-level moisture ahead of a strong upper wave across the southwestern states.
The first half of the day Friday should be quiet, with showers and a few thunderstorms developing late in the day across Eastern Oklahoma and sweeping quickly east.
There appears to be a small window for severe weather by late afternoon into the early evening. The better chances of severe weather will continue to be more likely to the southeast of the forecast area, but we will continue to closely monitor the trends over the next few days.