Statewide Forecast Discussion:

Issued: 8:22 AM CDT (01:22Z), Thursday, October 29, 2020.


As we clean up from this week's ice storm the weather will be much more pleasant than this week. Patchy fog and freezing fog will occur across the area tonight, especially in areas that received precipitation this week. Beyond that, we are entering a pleasant and quiet fall pattern with lows ranging from the 30s to 40s and highs in the 60s.

Patchy fog and freezing fog should develop tonight under clear skies with light winds. Temps will drop into the 30s and below freezing across areas that still have lingering snow and ice pack. Tomorrow will warm up into the upper 50s to low 60s across most of the area. Some areas of northwest Oklahoma may be slow to warm up tomorrow as some stubborn ice slowly melts away.

Seasonally cool temps in can be expected this weekend with persistent light northerly winds with highs in the 50s and lows in the low 30s. Through the week we can expect right around average temps and light winds shifting between southerly and northerly as several weak and dry disturbances move across the area.

Student Forecaster: ALLEN

Short Term Norman Forecast Discussion:

Issued: 8:05 PM CDT (01:05Z), Thursday, October 29, 2020.

It's currently 45 degrees in Norman with northwest winds around 6 mph. Skies are mostly clear and are expected to clear overnight.

As skies clear this evening, temperatures will continue to drop into the mid-30s, eventually reaching a low of around 35 degrees. Winds will subside and be variable. Some patchy fog is possible in the area.

No hazardous weather is expected. 

Student Forecaster: SHORT
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