Big warm up for the start of the week

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Updated: 10/26/2013 5:16 pm
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The system that drug a cold front through the South Plains also brought some storms and a weather delay for those in Norman for the Tech game. We could see some showers and maybe some storms with that front as it moves through, mainly for the south eastern portions of the area. If they get anything, it will be isolated to scattered.

Behind the front we will see gradual clearing skies through the morning hours and a cooler low near the low 40s for tomorrow morning. The afternoon will be beautiful though, with a high in the low 70s and sunny skies with light winds.

A big warm up heads our way for the start of the work week. We will start near 50 for Monday morning and the south winds will pull in more warm air and moisture creating partly cloudy skies with a high in the upper 70s. That trend will continue through Tuesday, only dropping into the upper 50s for the morning with another high int he upper 70s but also a slight chance for showers and maybe some thunderstorms.


The chance for storms will increase overnight Tuesday and taper off throughout Wednesday afternoon from west to east. A cold front that is actually more like a boundary moves in mid-day Wednesday dropping us to near 70 again. That's where we will hover temperature wise through the end of the work week when sunshine returns to the forecast.

The Halloween forecast is looking great so far, near the upper 60s and low 70s during Trick-or-Treat hours and clear skies!

Join us after game three of the World Series tonight on FOX 34 and of course, WRECK EM TECH!
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