Week Starting Off With More Summer Heat Across Green Country

Monday, June 15th 2020, 8:39 am
By: Stephen Nehrenz

The steady summer heat is rolling right along as we start another week.

Our weather pattern is nearly a rinse-and-repeat of this past weekend. Expect plenty of sunshine, humid mornings, and toasty afternoons!

Monday high temperatures.

Highs will climb back into the lower 90s for our Monday afternoon with a south breeze. Humidity values are a little more noticeable, but they’re still not back to the miserably muggy levels we had at the beginning of the month. A very isolated pop-up shower or storm could bubble up across far southeastern Oklahoma, though the large majority will stay dry.

7-day outlook.

We’ll do it all over again on Tuesday. Once again expect plenty of sunshine, a humid morning, and a hot afternoon with highs back in the lower to mid 90s. There is a slightly better chance for a few rogue pop-up storms during the heat of Tuesday afternoon, though no widespread rain is expected and again a lot of us will stay dry.

And guess what: It’s almost the exact same thing Wednesday! We’re in a very persistent summertime pattern over the next several days, as an upper level ridge holds off any major storm system from impacting Green Country, and keeps the heat in place. As we head toward the end of the weekend and into Father’s Day Sunday, we may finally see a more noticeable changes towards better rain chances, but that’s still several days off.

I hope you have a great Monday, Green Country! You can follow me on Twitter @StephenNehrenz as well as my Facebook page Meteorologist Stephen Nehrenz to stay up to date with the very latest!