We're attempting to dry out today. But our next system is already heading in our direction and more rain is likely across part of the region Friday. Pockets of moderate to heavy rainfall will be likely. The exact path of this next batch has waffled from the north to south over the last few runs, but currently appears to take a northern route across the state. While southern sections will remain with a decent chance of showers and storms Friday, the locations along and north of I-40 may have the best chance. This may give our southern sections a little more time to dry out from the 4 to 6 inches of rainfall experienced Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. If this Friday system dives more southward significant flooding would be possible across portions of southeastern OK and western Arkansas.
WARN Interactive Radar
Friday morning will see lows in the lower 50s and highs only in the lower 60s with clouds and rain-cooled air likely across the region. Saturday lows in the mid-50s will be followed by highs in the lower 70s. Sunday into early next week should feature lows back in the 60s and highs in the upper 70s along with gusty south winds and increasing humidity values. We will continue relatively high pops (50% or greater) for this weekend into early next week. Tomorrows rain chances will be near 80% for most of the area.