***A RED FLAG FIRE WARNING is in effect for Osage and Pawnee counties Saturday afternoon due to low humidity and high winds.***
We'll see increasing clouds tonight with the low in Tulsa only dropping to 60°. South 10-15 with gusts to 25 mph.
Mostly cloudy Saturday morning, then some sunshine in the afternoon. The high reaching 78°. SSW 15-30 with gusts 40-45 mph. Very high fire danger, especially northwest and west of Tulsa due to the driest air mass and gustiest winds. There could be an isolated shower.
Mostly cloudy on Sunday with increasing showers and storms in the afternoon and at night. There could be some strong to severe storms across southeast Oklahoma. The afternoon high at 57° after starting at 42°.
Lows in the mid 30s Monday morning and then up to the upper 40s under a partly cloudy sky.
Upper 20s for lows Tuesday with afternoon temperatures in the low 50s.
We should be closer to 60° on Wednesday with possibly a few showers.
Highs around 70° on Thursday before our next strong cold front, which will drop us to around 40° on Friday and maybe some moisture will be in the area. We'll keep you posted.
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