The first front coming through this weekend will present a chance of showers and storms; however, a much more promising rain scenario unfolds into next week.
This forecast is based upon a deep northerly flow aloft and southerly flow at the surface. This makes for an unstable air mass with steering winds bringing fronts our way. Each front serves as a focal point for more shower and storm formation.
Along with more clouds and rain potential, cooler air masses behind each front should keep the severe heat at bay.
Although late July through mid August is usually the hottest of the year in Texoma, we should finish July 2009 with normal to below normal temperatures thank to this weather pattern.
KXII Chief Meteorologist