When performing a time series analysis of continuous data, for example, from climate or environmental problems, the assumption that the process is Gaussian is often violated. Therefore, we introduce two non-Gaussian autoregressive time series models that are able to fit skewed and heavy-tailed time series data. Our two models are based on the Tukey (Formula presented.) -and-h transformation. We discuss parameter estimation, order selection, and forecasting procedures for our models and examine their performances in a simulation study. We demonstrate the usefulness of our models by applying them to two sets of wind speed data.