2 Works for You Storm Shield Forecast for Tulsa and Green Country

High cirrus clouds are streaming into Green Country ahead of the next storm system to affect northeastern Oklahoma. 

Southerly winds at 10-15 mph will increase humidity and will help to main mild temperatures for the overnight hours. 

Look for lows to range from 55 to 60 degrees across the northeastern part of the state.

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Tuesday will be our warmest day of the week with highs in the 80s in advance of our next cold front. Southerly winds will remain gusty at 30 mph. That front will bring us an increasing chance for showers and thunderstorms Tuesday night through Wednesday morning. Some thunderstorms could be strong to severe with possible large hail and damaging gusty winds but at this point the threat appears limited.

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In the wake of the front, highs on Wednesday will only reach the upper 50s with a continued chance for showers.

More unsettled weather is coming up for later in the week and next weekend. Stay tuned.

Here is the latest forecast:

Tonight: Mostly clear, breezy & warm.
Overnight Low: 58°
Wind: S 10-20 mph

Tuesday: Partly cloudy, warm & windy.
Morning Low: 58°
Afternoon High: 85°
Wind: S 15-20 mph with gusts up to around 30 or 35 mph
Rain Chance: 40% (at night)

Wednesday: Off and on rain chances.
Morning Low: 55°
Afternoon High: 58°
Wind: NW 10-20 mph
Rain Chance: 80%

Thursday: Mostly cloudy skies.
Morning Low: 40°
Afternoon High: 68°
Wind: N/S 5-15 mph

 

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