Much of northeastern Oklahoma has sunshine and warm temperatures in the forecast.
News On 6 Meteorologist, Stacia Knight classified Saturday as “sunburn weather,” with light winds blowing from the west/southwest and temperatures climbing to the mid-80s.
Knight also said there is a low-pressure system north, near Kansas, and that may cause some small showers for far northeastern Oklahoma counties.
Sunday will start a bit cooler as clouds and possible fog are expected to be around in the morning.
“Tomorrow morning will be mostly cloudy with fog in a few locations and temperatures-wise, mid-50s Sunday morning with a northeast wind,” Knight said.
By the afternoon most of the clouds will clear up, according to Knight, who said temperatures are expected to reach mid-70s, but another system won't be far behind.
Knight said Sunday night into Monday morning storms could once again arrive in Oklahoma.
“You can see rain showers trying to develop out to the west Sunday afternoon, those will gradually make their way to the east, and so, by the time we get to Monday, we have a pretty good chance of seeing some showers and storms once again,” she said.
Next week will start off cooler as well, with 60s expected for Monday and Tuesday before warming up into the 70s the rest of the week.