Winds will pick up substantially out of the south on today. Expect sustained south winds around 20-25 MPH with wind gusts around 35 MPH. There is the potential for thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening. Scattered severe thunderstorms are possible in the northern Big country while isolated severe thunderstorms are possible for the rest of the area with the exception being the SE Big Country and Heartland. Main hazards are large hail and damaging winds. Otherwise, temperatures will reach the upper 80’s and low 90’s under mostly sunny skies.
A cold front will move through early Friday morning. It will bring a small chance for rain showers and storms. The rest of the day will be windy and dry. High temperatures will be in the lower 70’s. That’s around 10 degrees cooler than usual early May highs.
The winds will taper off on Saturday, and temperatures will only reach the middle 70’s.
Sunday will see a slight warm-up along with sunny skies.
Monday and Tuesday will see temperatures warm into the middle 80’s. Both days will feature a slight chance for thunderstorms.
Today: *MARGINAL RISK FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS* *ISOLATED SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE* Mostly Sunny. 20% Rain and Thunderstorms. High Temperature: 90° Winds: S 20-25 G35 MPH
Tonight: *MARGINAL RISK FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS* *ISOLATED SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE* Partly Clear. 20% Rain and Thunderstorms. High Temperature: 61° Winds: NNE 20-25 G35 MPH
Friday: Sunny. 20% AM Rain and Thunderstorms. High Temperature: 72° Winds: NNE 20-25 G30 MPH
Saturday: Sunny. High Temperature: 75° Winds: SE 5-10 MPH
Sunday (Mothers day): Sunny. High Temperature: 80° Winds: SE 5-15 MPH
Monday: Mostly Sunny. 20% Rain and Thunderstorms. High Temperature: 83° Winds: S 15-20 MPH
Tuesday: Partly Sunny. 30% Rain and Thunderstorms. High Temperature: 85° Winds: S 10-15 MPH
Wednesday: Mostly Sunny. 20% Rain and Thunderstorms. High Temperature: 87° Winds: S 15-20 MPH
Average High Temperature: 82°
Average Low Temperature: 58°
Sunrise: 6:47 A.M.
Sunset: 8:24 P.M.
Meteorologist Zach Gilday