Oklahoma’s hot weather to extend into the fall



Oklahoma’s hot summer is going to be extended into the fall.

It’s the forecast of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The 90-day forecast was released this week indicating we’ll have warmer than usual temperatures between September and November.

Oklahoma won’t be alone because NOAA anticipates “above-normal seasonal mean tempertures across a majority of the U.S. including all of Alaska, the western CONUS, the Southeast and the Northeast.”

Based on the NOAA 90-day forecast, it would appear Oklahoma won’t see any increased chances of rainfall.