2 Works for You Storm Shield Forecast for Tulsa and Green Country

This morning we have scattered showers and storms still lingering in Green Country. You may want the umbrella and a jacket as you walk out the door. Cooler air has settled in and we are expecting temperatures anywhere from 20-30 degrees cooler today.

The highest threat for severe storms will be to the east today. By the afternoon and evening we will see drying conditions and temperatures dropping into the upper 30s overnight. 

 

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For Thursday we are expecting partly cloudy skies and highs in the 60s. 

A second, even stronger system, is due to arrive Friday and Saturday.  Right now there is a severe weather threat but a bigger flash flood threat.

Here is the latest forecast:

 

Wednesday: Periods of  morning showers & storms.
Morning Low: 51°
Afternoon High: 56°
Wind: NW 10-20 mph
Rain Chance: 40%

Thursday: Mostly cloudy skies.
Morning Low: 38°
Afternoon High: 68°
Wind: Variable - 10 mph
Rain Chance: 20%

Friday: Partly cloudy, warmer.
Morning Low: 54°
Afternoon High: 79°
Wind: Variable - 15 mph
Rain Chance: 20%

Friday Night: Thunderstorms likely. Possibly Severe
Morning Low: 60°
Wind: Variable - 15 mph
Rain Chance: 60%

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