It was a cold start to the morning, but sunshine helped get us back to the 50s area wide today. Skies are becoming increasingly cloudy this evening ahead of our next storm system.
Light rain/drizzle is breaking out in the southwest part of the state, and there is a small chance for some light rain in the metro through tomorrow morning. The brunt of this system won’t get here until Friday night.
More widespread rain/drizzle is expected late Friday night through Saturday. While the rain shouldn’t be heavy, it could be fairly persistent. A warm front lifting through the state Friday night will help keep temperatures mild, and well above freezing. There is a small window of opportunity from Guymon to Woodward to Medford Friday evening for the rain to mix with freezing rain. I emphasis this is a small chance, but we could see some slick spots on roads up there.