Monday, November 30, 2009
We are about to change dramatically for the coldest air of the season. We may likely see some snow on wednesday. Temperaturess do not look like they will get to normal. High on tuesday 52, with a 50% chance of rain. Wednesday high of 42, with cloudy skies and strong north winds to 30 mph, with a likely chance of rain/snow. Thursday through Friday we will have highs around 43 with lows in the mid 20's. We will warm up to upper 40's saturday and sunday before more cold air dumps into oklahoma on Monday with a slight chance of rain or snow on Monday. Be advised that this is the first extremely COLD air of the season and changes may occur that brings temperatures in the 30's.
Sunday, November 29, 2009
We will have high temperatures on monday around 56, with light winds. Cloud cover will begin to spread east ahead of a cold core area in new mexico and will bring back the chance of precipitaion tuesday night for central oklahoma. Cold air will replace a high of 52 on tuesday, with highs in the mid 40's wednesday and thursday. Overnight lows will get into the mid 20's wednesady through Friday Night. We will moderate into the lower 50's for highs saturday and sunday. There is signs that are making belive that ARCTIC AIR will plunge south beyond the 7-day period. The timing is in question. Temperatures in Northern Canada are getting extremelym cold, but I do not expect extreme cold air to move into oklahoma anyitme soon. We will average below normal to normal on temperatures throughout the next 2 weeks. As we all know really cold air is going to occur at some point.