Last Updated 3 weeks ago by Devontae Jackson.
Here is a look at radar and visible satellite tonight as the sun sets this Friday evening. A low pressure system is bringing severe weather to parts of the South and South Central Plains this evening. Now the rain will move our area but no severe wether is expected Saturday.
We will watch the low-pressure system push to the east down in the south. However, that will drag rain into our area ahead of a cold front that will push into the area from the northwest. Rain should remain light for the most part but a few steadier downpours can not be ruled out. Again, no severe weather is expected, the severe weather will stay to our south.
Here is a look at your precipitation chance for tomorrow. We are dry for the first half of the day and then as we head into the afternoon rain will begin to fill into the area. Rain will last through the evening hours and taper off as we head into Sunday morning. By 7 AM Sunday morning between a trace to 2 tenths of an inch of rain could fall. The higher end of rain accumulations looks to be I-70 and south.
Now, I decided to go with OK for our outdoor planner forecast for tomorrow. Only because no thunderstorms and severe weather are expected. So, if you have anything to do tomorrow you will have to dodge rain drops but again no severe weather!
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