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Labor Day Forecast: Summer Like Conditions, but Cooler Air On The Way

Happy Labor Day Sooners! Hopefully your long weekend has been great! Since this is the unofficial last weekend of summer, many people are headed outdoors to enjoy it. We’ve got your Labor day forecast!

If you’re still holding onto summer, Mother Nature has good news for you! It’s certainly going to feel like it across Oklahoma on Labor Day. Highs will be in the mid 90’s with some passing clouds, and with all of the moisture in the air, it will feel even warmer. If you plan on spending your Labor Day outdoors, make sure you are prepared for hot and humid conditions (stay hydrated and wear clothes suitable for hot weather)! We recommend a day at the pool or lake. Speaking of the lake, Labor Day looks like a perfect day to spend out on the water. With no rain in sight and light winds out of the southwest, it’s looking like a great day to take the boat out! Just make sure to pack the sunscreen and bathing suit because it could be quite warm.

Once Labor Day ends, the summer-like weather will as well. A strong cold front with move across Oklahoma Tuesday morning, bringing an end to the 90’s. Temperatures will briefly dip below normal values, with temperatures in the 70’s expected for much of the day Tuesday. For the remainder of the week, we will remain in the 80’s, with some clouds from time to time. No major rain chances are expected; however, we could see a passing shower or thunderstorm Tuesday as the front passes.

Have any questions? Make sure to follow out weather team on social media for the latest weather conditions across Norman and Oklahoma in general. Have a fun and safe Labor Day, Sooners!

-Friday Weather Anchor Brian Briggs

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