The storm departs allowing winds to back off Wednesday. North winds of 10 to 15 miles per hour becoming east in the afternoon are anticipated for Wednesday.
Today the low finally pushes east and allows high pressure to sneak into the Ozarks. Be sure to dress warmly out the door this Mid-April morning, and keep the warm clothes handy throughout the day today. Wind gusts could hit 40 to 45 miles per hour.
Tomorrow will be breezy and warm!
A chilly start for Tuesday as skies clear out, temperatures will drop into the mid 30s making frost a possibility, especially in areas away from town. Expect sustained winds of 25-30mph with gusts close to 50mph. With warm air coming in on that south wind and plenty of sunshine, highs soar into the upper 70's! The forecast high for Lubbock is 87 degrees.
The gusty northwest winds behind the front Wednesday may actually pose a bigger fire weather risk across portions of Northeast Oklahoma as RH values get fairly low.
Winds chills this morning are in the 30s! Local gusts to 75 miles per hour.
Friday is expected to be sunny with highs in the mid-70s.
Thursday will be partly cloudy with highs around 39. This system will have to be monitored closely as we are already seeing signs this system could bring another round of severe weather to the area.
Our next chance for showers and storms will be late Friday into Saturday with highs in the 70s.