Statewide Forecast Discussion:

Issued: 08:35 PM CST (02:35 Z), Friday, November 26, 2021


Overall, a calm week ahead, with warmer temperatures returning alongside southerly winds, bringing in some moisture from the Gulf. That moisture may bring some rain to southern OK on Saturday, as a cold front makes its way through the state. Throughout the week, we could see some warming, but the looming chance of a stronger cold front could return more seasonal temperatures to the state.


A surface low across the Central Plains will maintain southwest winds and a warming trend over the next few days, with winds returning to a more southerly flow tonight, along with increasing clouds. Although it will be relatively warmer tonight, lows Friday night will still be in the upper 30s across the central OK area.


Rain stays in the forecast across southern OK going forward thanks to a cold front making its way across the southern plains. Cooler temperatures are expected going into Sunday, with much warmer temperatures throughout most of next week. A stronger cold front could move across the area late next week, but models are currently in disagreement on timing. If and when it does occur, it would bring cooler temperatures and possibly some precipitation later in the week.

Student Forecaster: MILLER

Short Term Norman Forecast Discussion:

Issued: 08:40 PM CST (02:40 Z), Friday, November 26, 2021

Currently, skies are mostly clear, with southerly winds around 15 mph and a temperature of 50 degrees.

Overnight, winds are remain out of the south around 5 to 10 mph and temperatures are expected to drop to a low of 41 degrees.


Student Forecaster: MILLER
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