Your Labor Day Holiday weekend showcases the return of rain and cooler temperatures, but gradually…as a pattern change evolves.

A large upper high will rebuild across the eastern parts of the country which allows the train of gulf moisture to work in on the backside in a clockwise fashion into Oklahoma.

Upper pattern brings gulf moisture into Oklahoma.

It’ll be hot and humid this weekend. Dry on Saturday, but moisture returns for Sunday providing a few of those pop up afternoon storms that affect so few. Best areas will be E and far W OK.

Hot temps Saturday afternoon.

Temperatures slightly cooler on Sunday.

On Labor Day itself, the moisture will deepen and just about anywhere is fair game for these afternoon showers or storms. Temperatures will start to cool as a result.

Labor Day temperatures.

Long term patter stays locked in, so expect mostly 80s for highs and daily isolated showers or storms for the foreseeable future. Models take these small daily amounts and accumulate them over time leading to the following outcomes for rainfall totals. These are just an idea of course, not to be taken as gospel.

Typical next week daytime temps.

Model #1 rainfall totals next 10 days.

Model #2 rainfall totals next 10 days.

That’s all for now, have a safe and fun holiday weekend! Oh and look for a big announcement soon regarding follower awards! -AT

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