Weather Blog: Mild Weather and a Sunny Sky

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Another nice/mild afternoon on tap with temperatures running near normal under mostly sunny skies. Light northwest winds expected as weak high pressure at the surface moves into the region. Warming trend forecast on Friday as upper ridge briefly builds into southern Plains ahead of next storm system developing over the desert Southwest.

An upper wave will move out of the four corners region Friday, lifting northeast into the central Plains on Saturday. In response, scattered showers with a few isolated thunderstorms will spread into eastern
Oklahoma late Friday night into Saturday morning.

Initial wave will lift north Saturday night with a brief lull in precipitation chances, although a few scattered showers will remain possible. As stronger zonal flow aloft develops, secondary upper
wave/speed max will approach with a continued chance for scattered showers/thunderstorms on Sunday as Pacific front stalls over the area in advance of the main cold front. Instability may be sufficient for a few stronger thunderstorms late Sunday afternoon/evening. Still some model timing differences with GFS more progressive in shifting heavier precip east by this time.

Cooler weather expected Mon/Tue of next week before temperatures warm back to more seasonable levels by mid-week as southerly winds return. Another nice/mild afternoon on tap with temperatures running near normal under mostly sunny skies. Light northwest winds expected as weak high pressure at the surface moves into the region.

Warming trend forecast on Friday as upper ridge briefly builds into southern Plains ahead of next storm system developing over the desert Southwest.

An upper wave will move out of the four corners region Friday, lifting northeast into the central Plains on Saturday. In response, scattered showers with a few isolated thunderstorms will spread into eastern
Oklahoma late Friday night into Saturday morning.

Initial wave will lift north Saturday night with a brief lull in precipitation chances, although a few scattered showers will remain possible. As stronger zonal flow aloft develops, secondary upper wave/speed max will approach with a continued chance for scattered showers/thunderstorms on Sunday as Pacific front stalls over the area in advance of the main cold front. Instability may be sufficient for a few stronger thunderstorms late Sunday afternoon/evening. Still some model timing differences with GFS more progressive in shifting heavier precip east by this time.

Cooler weather expected Mon/Tue of next week before temperatures warm back to more seasonable levels by mid-week as southerly winds return. Another nice/mild afternoon on tap with temperatures running near normal under mostly sunny skies.

Light northwest winds expected as weak high pressure at the surface moves into the region. Warming trend forecast on Friday as upper ridge briefly builds into southern Plains ahead of the next storm system developing over the desert Southwest.

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