Statewide Forecast Discussion:

Issued: 08:33 PM CDT (0130), Friday, March 13, 2020

A rainy week is in store for Oklahoma as a trough slowly approaches from the west. Daily rain chances are expected throughout the week, and flooding appears possible. 

Off and on again rain will continue for the remainder of Friday with temperatures staying cold in the 40s overnight. Early Saturday morning, a final wave of thunderstorms will roll through, and the remainder of Saturday appears dry with skies clearing and higs in the mid-50s. 

A deep upper-level trough will park itself over the western United States for the next several days, spreading rich moisture over Oklahoma. Daily rain chances are expected through Thursday. A chance of some strong to severe storms appears possible later in the week as the trough finally ejects overhead and provides the upper-level support needed to sustain stronger storms. It is still too far in the future to discuss specific impacts. The primary threat for this week appears to be the chance of flooding rainfall. 

Student Forecaster: MANEY

Short-Term Norman Forecast Discussion:

Issued: 07:19 PM CDT (0019), Friday, March 13, 2020

45 degrees with cloudy skies. Rain moving off east.

Low of 45 degrees and scattered showers and storms possible overnight.


Student Forecaster: WEBER
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