October: May Come in Stormy

 

The next opportunity for rain comes Thursday and perhaps into Friday morning as a cold front forms over the western states and moves our way.  This means October may come in on a stormy note.
 
A deep upper low dropping southward out of Alaska brings a second lifting source to enhance thunderstorm potential.
 
Since the upper low center is expected to be well to the north of Texoma (map), the risk of severe storms looks to be on the low side at this time, but there is still some chance we’ll get strong storms sometime late Thursday.
 
In the meantime, great fall weather will continue. Enjoy!
 
Take Care,
 
Steve LaNore
Chief Meteorologist
KXII-TV
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  • by Mary Location: Sherman on Sep 29, 2009 at 06:08 PM
    I have a question. Why does your site say the allergens are low and the weather channel on line says they are high. Which is right. Judging by the way my allergies are doing I would say they must be high.
  • by Pat Location: Ardmore on Sep 29, 2009 at 02:38 PM
    Steve, Just a reminder that we are leaving on Thursday. You need to get those rain showers off the East Coast and get those pretty colors going in the trees. Since you are the weather man we will all expect great weather while we are gone!!!!!
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