Overnight, temperatures will slide into the mid to upper 50s north, near 60 south under a starlit sky, making for a great night to turn off the AC and open the windows considering the humidity will be swept out as well.
Tuesday Night.Partly cloudy. Small chance of showers. Models are showing that our best chances for rain and some thunderstorms will be late Thursday into Friday. Temperatures will still be climbing to the middle 80s but the humidity will be a lot lower. We have a decent chance of scattered showers and storms for your Monday before we get a chance to dry out a bit on Tuesday with mostly sunny skies before our next chances roll back in late Tuesday into Wednesday.
Today: Mostly sunny, dry & pleasant (some afternoon clouds with a cold front). After a few showers on Saturday morning, the rest of next weekend looks, hot, breezy and dry. Winds: SW 5-10 miles per hour. This shower activity is weaken as it drops to the southeast, but we'll have to keep a stray shower or two in the forecast for areas north and northwest of Tulsa.
May just see more clouds in the afternoon. Wind: E 5-10. Low: 64.
Temperatures will range from the upper 70s to low in mid 80s.
Monday: Partly cloudy, isolated afternoon storms. We'll also be warmer that night with lows staying in the upper 60s.
By Wednesday, the trough will shift east of New England and high pressure will begin to build over the western Atlantic.
Thursday.Mostly sunny. Small afternoon rain chance.