Oklahoma Will See 80 Degrees, Storms And Snow This Weekend
Oklahoma will have another chaotic weather weekend. Areas of the state will experience 80 degree temperatures on Saturday, while some may see snow Sunday.
According to the National Weather Service in Norman, they're keeping a close eye on Saturday's weather system that will blow through Oklahoma. A warm afternoon with near 80 degree temperatures plus gusty winds will make up the afternoon. But by the evening, a cold front will bring in few strong to severe storms along and east of I-35.
But by the evening, a cold front will bring in few strong to severe storms along and east of I-35. As of Friday, March 10, it looks like a majority of the storms will be in western Oklahoma around Ada and down south.
After a day of warm temperatures, snow is expected.
To make it a quintessential Oklahoma spring weekend, some areas north and west of Oklahoma may see a rain/snow mix late in the evening Sunday, which could carry on into Monday.
Next week will see comfortable temperatures with possible storms.
As we move in to next week, Oklahoma will return to comfortable temperatures from low 60s to high 70s. But some storms can't be ruled out on Wednesday (March 15) and Thursday (March 16).
Make sure you're following the National Weather Service and your local weather station!
As we get more into spring, Oklahoma will continue to see crazier and crazier weather. So make sure you're following the National Weather Service in Norman and your local weather station.