Saturday: hit-or-miss storms may still bring locally-heavy rain

Claudine Rigal
Août 13, 2017

Chances drop to 30 percent from 5 to 10 p.m., after which they reach near zero. By mid-week a ridge of high pressure looks to strengthen in Deep South which may bring rain chances down and allow temperatures will climb back into the low to mid 90s.

Off-and-on periods of rain remain in the forecast into Monday and Tuesday as well as additional upper-level waves of energy move across the state.

Tonight mostly clear skies for much of the night however after 3am we may start to get an increase in cloud cover. Lows in the upper 50s-low 60s with calm winds.

The heaviest of the rain looks to fall late Saturday afternoon and into Saturday evening across far southern Oklahoma. Sunday is looking dry again, with temperatures similar to Saturday.

We're sticking with the idea of a "don't cancel your plans" weekend forecast, but you may have to dodge a downpour or two here and there anyway.

Saturday, rain chances continue to decrease, with partly cloudy skies throughout.

Scattered showers are likely in southeastern Oklahoma on Saturday morning, but for the Tulsa area, forecasters report that the first chance for showers and thunderstorms will be in the afternoon. We add a 2nd model to the mix tomorrow with more models by the middle part of next week.

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