We'll keep it short and simple this morning!
We're looking at another chilly Monday with highs in the upper 40s across northern Ok with some lower 50s possible across southern OK. Morning clouds will quickly give way to sunshine along with gusty northwest winds in the 10 to 20 mph range. Our weather is expected to support cool air today and tomorrow but temps will be moving into the 70s by the end of the week.
A small disturbance is moving southward across southern Kansas this morning and may produce an area of light snow flurry activity between now and sunrise across southeastern Kansas and extreme northeastern OK. This will not be significant.
The upper air pattern will remain from the northwest for the next 36 hours and another fast moving but very weak wave may approach Tuesday morning with some clouds or a brief sprinkle across far Northern OK or southern Kansas. Otherwise we'll expect mostly sunny and mild conditions for the most of the week as we see a preview of spring like weather by the end of the week. The temps Tuesday and Wednesday could stay just a hair below 60 for daytime highs along with morning lows in the lower 30s.
The GFs and EURO are in decent agreement in bringing another wave into the area by the weekend, but the GFS keeps the surface boundary north of the state this weekend while the EURO slides the front southward Saturday night. We'll side with the EURO solution and keep a slight chance of showers or storms late Saturday night into Sunday morning followed by a modest cool down Sunday afternoon.
The high yesterday was 58 recorded at 2:51am.
The daily average normal high is 61 and the low is 39.
Our daily records include a high of 94 from 1967 and a low of -1 from 1948.
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