- Temperatures mostly stay above average
- Rainy conditions along with some storms arrive for mid-week
- End of the week and part of the weekend look GREAT
Although temperatures start out on the chilly side with some fog, the afternoon will be GREAT! The ground will continue to dry out from all the rain seen last week.
Temperatures will climb into the 60s with some decent southern winds. Lots of sunshine will be around for the afternoon as well. If you can get outside and enjoy this Monday, do it!
Temperatures drop a little bit compared to Monday, but at least they stay in the 60s. Things will continue to dry out for the morning. By the afternoon and evening, rain and storms chances return to the forecast.
Keep your umbrellas handy for the evening commute and even pick up times for the after-school activities. There could be some localized heavy rainfall in southeastern portions of Green Country.
Temperatures warm back up, staying above average. More rain and storm chances roll in as a cold front starts to push into Green Country.
The severe threat is limited at this time with the higher chance of severe storms showing up in far SE Oklahoma into Texas and Louisiana.
A little bit more seasonable temperature wise after the cold front pushes through. Behind the front, skies clear out and sunshine make an appearance for the rest of the work week into the weekend.
To end the work week, temperatures will be back above average in the 60s with LOTS of sunshine to enjoy. The ground will start to dry out again and it'll be a great day to go to the dog park or just enjoy the afternoon OUTSIDE!
Saturday will be very similar to Friday but WARMER! Temperatures climb into the upper 60s with more sunshine and dry weather to enjoy. Any outdoor plans should happen on Saturday!
Sunday more rain chances make an appearance. Doesn't look like it will be a washout of a day, but you will want to keep your umbrellas handy.
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