Axis of widespread rains continues to gradually press eastward and will reside across far eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas to start the forecast.
Rains will continue to end from west to east while the strong cold moves into northeast Oklahoma by early afternoon. Isolated light showers may develop along the front as it continues eastward through the
Temps will warm well above normal ahead of the frontal passage and mark the last relatively warm day for quite some time.
Sharply colder temperatures will prevail Friday and more so on Saturday with increasing cloud cover. The trend continues to be far less of an influence from the weakening wave on Saturday.
Still may see some flurries during the day but chances for measurable precipitation continue to remain very low. Persistent trough to our west yields yet another wave ejecting into the Plains late
Precipitation chances focus for southeast Oklahoma and western Arkansas and points eastward beginning Sunday night through Monday. Temps currently appear warm enough to keep any precipitation all liquid.
Once this wave passes another surge of colder air spills southward and below normal temps and dry conditions persist through at least mid next week.