A windy and warm pattern is expected Sunday through Tuesday.
A large dome of upper level high pressure will cause a sinking air mass over the southern U.S. This heats the low-level air; Texoma temperatures will be 10-15 degrees above average.
Gusty surface winds also return as low pressure re-develops downwind of the Rocky Mountains. This is a common occurrence when the jet stream flows from west to east, which it will do Sunday-Monday.
Another frontal system may bring rain Tuesday or Wednesday, but with the upper low further north than we saw with Friday’s system, rainfall prospects look to be lower than the most recent round of rain.