Isolated storm can't be ruled out Thursday

Higher storm chances are on the way by Friday night and into the weekend
Posted at 6:31 AM, Jun 05, 2024

TULSA, OKLA- — After a wonderful Wednesday, tonight will be pleasant with a clear sky. Lows daybreak Wednesday will reach the low to mid 60s.

Another weak front will move in from the north Thursday and this may be just enough to spark an isolated storm or two across Green Country in the afternoon and evening. Most of us will enjoy a nice and warm day with highs well into the mid/upper 80s.

Friday will be a warm day as well with highs back in the 80s along with an isolated storm chance. A complex of storms may move off the High Plains Friday afternoon and evening making a run toward northern portions of our forecast area overnight Friday into Saturday morning. Expect some adjustments, but for those of you near the OK/KS line, storms look more likely compared to those of you south of the metro.

We'll likely get a break most of Saturday as highs return to around 90°, then look for another storm chance area-wide Saturday night into Sunday as a cold front moves in. The chance of storms and the arrival of cooler air will likely keep highs in the low/mid 80s Sunday afternoon.

We'll enjoy a dry and gorgeous start to next week with some sun and below average temps. Humidity and hotter temps will likely come back by the end of next week.

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