Fantastic late spring weather!



18 May, 2009

The weekend cold front passed well southward into the Gulf, and dry air has swept away the moisture-laden conditions of previous weeks.

A Canadian air mass at the will provide cool mornings and sunny warm days well into this week. The dry and sunny weather should make for very comfortable conditions. The dryness will also give the lakes a chance to drain.


Take Care,

Steve LaNore - KXII-TV







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  • by leith logan Location: denison on May 13, 2009 at 08:05 AM
    Congrats Haleigh hopefully its dry for you.
  • by D Location: Oklahoma on May 13, 2009 at 07:00 AM
    Ron, do you not realize that the people that chase storm's save peoples lives? They are the ones who give out the confirmation that a tornado is in fact on the ground and that people need to take cover. Take the Lone Grove tornado for example. Doug Drace was able to give a confirmation that a large tornado was on the ground as well as its location. Up until this point it was just another warning, when he said Oh my god Steve this is a large violent tornado on the ground. I think people realized how serious the situation actually was. So instead of criticizing them for what they do, you should thank them for risking their lives to give you an advanced warning.
  • by J Location: ardmore on May 13, 2009 at 05:49 AM
    I'm not worried, I was just offering the mesonet site as another place to look for rain totals since they actually measure the rain.
  • by Ron Location: Howe on May 12, 2009 at 09:07 AM
    I'm just glad we're out of the drought. And I prefer heavy rain to tornados. Ask the people of Moore, OK just how "awesome and beautiful" tornados are. They might have a different opinion than those who chase tornados for a vacation plan.
  • by Haleigh Location: Durant on May 12, 2009 at 07:37 AM
    Gosh, I hope friday isn't to cloudy. I'm getting married.
  • by leith logan Location: denison on May 12, 2009 at 06:13 AM
    well the seven day about right on. At least that is what i measured in my back yard.Who cares if they are not exact j.If you are worries that the totals are not exact start taking measurements for me every 24 hr 7 days and 30 and send me those readings. Who care if it not perfect noting is. Some one had ? and i answered.
  • by J Location: Ardmore on May 12, 2009 at 04:49 AM
    radar estimated rain totals? That can't be very accurate, can it? Go to I think they actually physically measure the rain.
  • by leith logan Location: denison on May 11, 2009 at 05:40 PM
    well go here--> and you will get a idea. The rain totals are received from It gives a 24 hr 7 day and 30 day total. Over the last month Sherman and Denison has gotten anywhere from 20 to 24 inches. Keep in mind these are Doppler estimated amounts not exact amounts. This site is a Radar site located in Corsicana texas. The main page features a lot of links to different things. If you got to the weather monitor link then it will bring up a radar. Click it and it will put the radar in motion. Click it once more and it brings up what i believe is the Nws north texas area radar. That one for some reasons seems to be like two hours behind for some reason. Oh and yeah on Corads radar you will see real time lightning strikes well all most real time.Well if u have n e ? then e-mail me at As always Kxii live Doppler is always there and always live. Plus Kxii is a little more enhanced.
  • by David Location: Denison on May 11, 2009 at 03:49 PM
    Steve, Just curious - how much rainfall has Sherman/Denison had since the deluges started in late April (on the 29th, I believe)?
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