FORECAST: Warm and more humid through this evening, should stay dry overnight

TULSA - Warm southerly winds will continue to pump in the warm air and more humidity.  That will set the stage for some rain and thunderstorms, especially on Thursday.  The thunderstorms will be tied to a cold front that moves through Green Country Thursday afternoon.

Behind the front, cooler and less humid air will begin to move in for Friday and the end of the week.  High temperatures will fall into the 70s on Friday with morning lows in the upper 40s in outlying and sheltered areas of northeastern Oklahoma.

WEATHER LINKS | LIVE RADAR | 7-DAY FORECAST | ALERTSCURRENT CONDITIONS


Here is your certified most accurate forecast:

Tonight: Partly cloudy, warm and more humid
Rain Chance: 10%
Wind: SE - 10 mph
Overnight Low: 67°

Wednesday:  Partly cloudy, windy and very warm. Scattered PM t-storms, especially north.
Rain chance: 40%
Wind: S 10-25 mph
Afternoon High: 90°

Wednesday's Hourly Weather:
6am:
Partly cloudy, mild; 67°
10am:
Mostly sunny; 80°
12pm:
Mostly sunny, warm; 86°
5pm:
Partly Sunny sunny, warm: 90°
8pm:
Sct'd T-storms, North; 80°


Thursday: Cloudy with rain and thunderstorms likely.
Rain chance: 80%
Wind: S becoming N 10-25 mph
Afternoon High: 81°
 

 

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