Unseasonably warm/breezy conditions expected over the next couple of days as strong upper high over the southern plains/southeast states remains in control of overall weather pattern.
Could see a few isolated showers/thunderstorms across southeast Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas this afternoon, overall coverage and amounts will likely remain minimal.
A cold front is expected to push into far northeast Oklahoma, near the Oklahoma/Kansas border on Thursday with a chance for showers/thunderstorms near the front.
The boundary will begin to lift back north as a warm front on Friday with temperatures remaining above normal.
The highly amplified upper trough will dig into the intermountain west this the weekend and stall as strong blocking upper high remains anchored over the east coast.
Best precipitation chances will stay primarily across far northeast Oklahoma near vicinity of front both Saturday and Sunday.
Areas along/north of i-44 could receive 1 to 2 inches through Monday, but the axis of heavier rainfall will likely stay north and west of the region as upper low remains stalled over the four corners region.