We are sitting in the mid 90s with some prefrontal warming and have the potential for Norman’s hottest day of the year! Otherwise, our first major cold front of the season is pushing through Oklahoma right now. Temperatures ahead of the front are upper 90s, with upper 70s and low 80s behind it. The cold front will pass through Norman by 10p and shift our Southerly winds to breezy Northerly winds tonight and Tuesday. This front has some convergence, making isolated showers and storms possible tonight. The most significant rain will be in Tulsa and off to the Northeast. The OKC Metro still has a chance for isolated showers through the early morning hours on Tuesday.
Temperatures tomorrow will struggle to hit 80 Tuesday, and our first day of Fall Wednesday will only be in the low 80s, about 5 degrees below average for the start of Autumn. As the trough and cold front pass, another High-pressure ridge will settle in Wednesday morning and start warming our temperatures back up to the low 90s for our first Fall weekend. Expect plenty sunshine starting Wednesday as well.