The upper pattern will be dominated by two distinct flows. The southern flow will bring a weak disturbance across the Lone Star State Saturday into Sunday, but I don't think this will be close enough to include any clouds or precipitation for our immediate areas. The northern stream will continue to regulate some colder air across the upper Midwest and northeastern U.S. Our air-mass across the southern plains will undergo a mild transformation into warmer air with weekend temperatures moving into the upper 50s and lower 60s across eastern OK. We're seeing signals in the data for mid to upper 60s early next week, and the possibility of some lower 70s by next Wednesday. But by next Wednesday, we may also be watching another shift in the upper air pattern. The northern stream may once again force a trough southward out of Western Canada into the upper Midwest. This would allow more cold air to rush southward across the middle of the nation late next week, and possibly make another appearance into northern OK next Friday.
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