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High temperatures on Friday, chance of storms on Saturday

Current Watches and Warnings in Oklahoma:

  1. Severe Thunderstorms Watch for Alfalfa and Major County until 11 p.m.
  2. Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Beaver County until 11:15 p.m.

What’s the weather like Friday in Oklahoma?

Friday will be another hot day with southerly winds and highs in the 90s. The heat will continue into the weekend!

What’s the weather like the rest of the week in Oklahoma?

It will be warm and chilly during Father’s Day weekend.

There is a chance of rain/storms from late Saturday to early Sunday morning. The biggest opportunity is in northern OK.

The heat and humidity will slowly increase this week, and winds will increase in Oklahoma.

Father’s Day weekend looks hot! We will provide more details as the weekend approaches.

Future heat index.

PATTERN CHANGE ARRIVED:

As we typically see, the main current is rising north as we move into June. This is the main storm path, so Oklahoma’s organized heavy season will come to an end.

We can and will still be strong against severe storms, but the risk of tornadoes is much reduced.

Next week the large high-pressure ridge known as the “heat dome” will appear. This puts us in the northwest flow of the jet stream, which sometimes means complex storms moving in from the High Plains.

These storms can be wind and hail producers. We shall see. Eventually, the heat dome usually moves directly overhead, we shut off the rain and see our temperature rise. This usually happens in July.

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