High pressure will slide across the area overnight, breaking up the clouds and dropping our temperatures. Winds will also lighten up which will help to bring about a hard freeze for parts of the state.
Freeze warnings and frost advisories are in effect for many counties through Thursday morning. Temperatures overnight will drop into the 20s and 30s! It’s definitely a good idea to bring in your plants and flowers — and don’t forget about your furry friends!
Clouds will be on the move Thursday as our next system approaches.
By Thursday night, showers will move from the west to the east across the state. Seeing as temps in the northwest part will be colder, I could see some light snow trying to mix in with the rain. Little to no accumulation is expected.
Light rain will linger through part of Friday. Rainfall amounts look light from a tenth to a quarter of an inch. There may be an isolated case or two where 1″ will fall.
Heavy rain will hug areas in Oklahoma and northern Texas Saturday. Some of this may inch closer to the state line.
There will be a push of colder air by Sunday. Some moisture is available and while most will see light rain showers, out west there could be some light accumulations of snow, especially as you get closer to the Kansas/Colorado state line.
Highs over the next week will generally bounce back and forth between the 50s and 60s. Overnight lows will primarily be in the 40s.
-Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman