But the mere fact that we're still talking about snow is remarkable. "The wettest day is expected to be Saturday but that will clear over most of the country bySunday".
In addition to the heavy rain and flood threats, instability will increase this afternoon in advance of the front across portions of southeast Oklahoma, leading to a small severe thunderstorm threat. An active weather pattern will continue through the weekend with on and off rain chances. Expect a biting north breeze today too. Something to keep in mind, we're timing out a couple disturbances coming this weekend.
As we alluded to above, tomorrow's forecast is looking fantastic! Our average high for early April should be climbing into the mid 50s, and we should be trending back closer to 50 degrees as next week unfolds.
Parts of the Black Hills got up to 7 inches of snow Monday in an early spring season that's proving to be colder than normal.
Scattered showers will continue Thursday night into Friday morning/midday. The morning will be cold though with morning lows flirting with freezing. It's unbelievable what late March sunshine can do!
Rain Chances Continue For Next 2 Days Across State
As a cold front works through the region, low pressure may develop along it and produce mixed rain and snow showers during the pre-dawn hours of Saturday morning.
The study, carried out by Weatherquest, took in four decades of weather data and found May is the best time of year to head outdoors and enjoy the sunshine.
Tuesday will be warm and breezy/windy with partly to mostly cloudy skies and isolated morning showers.
The Met Office says night temperatures will be between 1 and 3oC for the majority of the week but these will plummet to zero on Easter Sunday.
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