FRIDAY NIGHT- Rain chances linger as upper wave moves slowly east Friday night into Saturday morning. Expect mostly cloudy skies for your Friday evening with scattered showers and t'storms redeveloping. So any outside plans could be disrupted by rain but not a washout by any stretch!
SATURDAY- The best chance for showers in the early morning and then party cloudy skies and warm conditions with highs climbing back into the lower 90s.
OU FOOTBALL- Kick off temps near 90 falling off into the upper 70s late under partly skies and winds southeast 5-18 mph.
OSU FOOTBALL- It's inside the dome in Dallas but outside temps near 90 falling off to near 80 under partly cloudy skies light south winds. I'm pulling for OSU!
SUNDAY- Mostly sunny and hotter temps! Highs back into the mid 90s with south winds 10-20 mph. More humidity as well will make it feel uncomfortable Sunday afternoon. Good lake day!!!!
SUNDAY NIGHT- Next upper wave in the jet stream flow tracks north of Oklahoma across the central plains but far enough south that there's a chance for t'storms late Sunday night into Monday morning across northern Oklahoma as weak front stalls out. If you're camping up along Kansas border watch for t'storms up north that could clip you Sunday night!
MONDAY- Right now it looks partly cloudy and hot for Labor Day with highs in the 90s and winds south 10-20 mph. Any t'storms in northern Oklahoma Monday morning could leave outflow boundaries and there's a low chance for scattered t'storms developing near these boundaries Monday afternoon / evening. Plus, weak cold front stalling in northern Oklahoma could also spark a few t'storms late Monday into Tuesday. Bottom line it's hot and humid with low t'storm chances for your Labor Day. Good lake day and pack the sunscreen!
EXTENDED FORECAST- Summer lingers!! Upper ridge of high pressure (the heat dome) tries to rebuild across the southern plains next week with mostly sunny skies and hot Summer weather continuing! Highs well into 90s all next week!
THE TROPICS- Typically this time of year the Atlantic Hurricane Season ramps up and peaks around September 13th. So I'll be watching the tropics for initiation over the coming weeks. Right now don't see anything that stands out. There's one wave that moves west into the Gulf late next week that needs to be watched.
Have a great weekend!