It’s a nice start to our Memorial Day holiday weekend.
Highs Saturday afternoon should manage to top out in the low to mid 80s with more a southwest breeze. A boundary along the I-44 corridor will keep more cloud cover to the southeast of Tulsa with more sunshine to the north.
Drier air is filtering in to eastern Oklahoma which will help keep muggy conditions under control. Dew points will be slightly higher southeast of the boundary, making it feel a little more humid to the southeast of Tulsa.
An isolated storm could develop today but chances are very low.
Tonight a round of showers and storms should primarily stay out west until midday tomorrow. Storm chances are slightly higher tomorrow and continue to increase through the holiday weekend.
The potential for severe storms is higher across western Oklahoma for both Sunday and Monday. We’ll see two rounds of showers and storms on Memorial Day.
The first round coming in from the west through the morning and then the second round comes in during the afternoon and evening. We have a 50 percent chance for rain and storms Monday afternoon so make sure you stay weather aware when enjoying your holiday.