Strong upper low spinning its way across east central Texas this morning, and system may jog even a bit further south before lifting out across Louisiana later today and tonight.
Categorical pops will be maintained across southeast Oklahoma today with isolated thunder and will taper pops off quickly between I-40 and I-44 across northeast Oklahoma.
They have opted to cancel the wind advisory as latest guidance indicates the area falling well short of criteria. Still, gusts between 25 and 30 MPH can be expected, especially across southeast Oklahoma where the pressure gradient will be a little tighter.
Rain to diminish from northwest to southeast during the evening and overnight, with attendant cloud expected to clear the area towards sunrise Saturday morning.
Over the weekend and into next week, settled conditions along with mild temperatures are anticipated as broad upper ridging becomes established over the central U.S. Low chances for rain may return by midweek as another system lifts towards the plains from the desert southwest.