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Spring weather for this weekend and early next week

LAWTON, Oklahoma (KSWO) –

This weekend in Texoma, we travel back in time over 2 months.

Last night’s cold front is still moving south in our viewing area and will continue to do so for the rest of the day. Continued showers cannot be ruled out for parts of southwestern Oklahoma for the remainder of the morning as most will remain dry today. That being said, today will be cloudy, windy and very cool. Winds will be gusting from the northeast at 20-25 mph, gusting up to 30-35 mph, as temperatures this afternoon will fail to get out of the mid/upper 60s for the most part. To put that into perspective, the time of year we should see these high temperatures is usually around mid-March. As the cold front pushes south later in the day, a few showers and storms could eventually kick in in the far southeastern counties.

Tonight will be partly cloudy with northeasterly winds at 10-15 mph. Overnight lows will fall into the upper 40s and 50s, again below average for this time of year.

Sunday will be very similar to today with partly to mostly sunny skies and slightly warmer temperatures in the 70s, but luckily the winds won’t be as strong from the northeast at 10-15 mph. A stray shower or two can’t be ruled out, but we’re looking to stay dry to finish out the weekend.

As the cold front stalls along the Gulf Coast and a large-scale upper-level trough moves in from the west, the chance of rain will increase across the southern plains as showers and storms widespread will be present from Monday morning until Wednesday. Any serious threats appear to remain low, although heavy rain and damaging winds are raising concerns with these storms. Temperatures will remain below average in the 70s through mid-week, before a ridge of high pressure moves in late next week to warm temperatures into the 80s.

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