Finally! The pattern has changed. The mid-level low responsible for rain the past few days is now far enough east of us to allow more sunshine today and drying conditions. A midlevel ridge of high pressure will slowly begin to build into the region bringing warm and dry weather for several days. Afternoon highs will reach the lower 80s this weekend and near the upper 80s or 90 by the middle of next week.
Some patchy fog is again possible this morning for a few hours in a few locations but should not become problematic for most locations. Temps this morning will start in the upper 50s to lower 60s and rise into the upper 70s near 80 by afternoon. The weekend features seasonal readings with highs in the lower 80s.
The recent rainfall and green vegetation combined with increasing temperatures early next week should maintain some increasing humidity profiles by at least Tuesday into Wednesday when heat index values will be nearing the lower 90s.
The only small wrinkle we may deal with will be Wednesday into Thursday. The ridge may retrograde to the west for a 36 to 48-hour period and may allow a weak system near northern OK with few showers or storms. This chance remains very low.
It appears our weather may match-up with the calendar as we enter early June next week.
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