Nice weather on tap for this afternoon as surface high pressure builds into the region with light winds/mostly sunny skies.
Southwesterly winds will begin to increase on Saturday ahead of next cold front, which will move into northeast Oklahoma, near I-44, by mid-afternoon. A few severe storms will be possible as the front moves into southeast Oklahoma Saturday afternoon/evening.
The boundary will likely stall just north of the red river before lifting back north on Sunday.
Active weather pattern expected into the early to the middle part of next week, with multiple rounds of thunderstorms, including the threat for severe weather/heavy rainfall/flooding.
Strong upper wave will move out of the desert southwest monday into Tuesday. Storm chances will begin to increase monday evening across northeast Oklahoma near the stalled frontal boundary.
Thunderstorms will continue to expand in coverage during the day Tuesday as an upper jet streak lifts northeast into the Central Plains.