Hello folks and good Tuesday morning. We have some leftover light rain in the eastern Oklahoma Panhandle that will be moving out soon, but the day time heat won't let up for another few days. We'll stay dry this afternoon while storms stay west of the area.
We'll have mostly clear skies today, with clouds popping up later in the afternoon, and a stray thunderstorm or two could occur in eastern New Mexico that may move across the state line, but they will be pretty weak and die out quickly. Highs will reach the upper 80s to the upper 90s with mild south winds.
Again for tomorrow, we'll have a slim chance at isolated storms in New Mexico that get pushed into the Texas Panhandle while we stay pretty hot, but the possibility of rain gets a little better for Thursday and Friday for the rest of the area, so have your umbrella handy.
This weekend, temperatures will start to come down a few degrees with hit-or-miss rain.
Make it a great day!
Meteorologist Chris Martin
Average High: 89
Average Low: 64
Year-to-Date Precipitation: 13.58"
Drying Potential: Very High
Pan Evaporation: 0.39"
Livestock Safety Index: 78
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