The last weekend of January will offer up mild temperatures with highs well into the 60s by Sunday, followed by sharply colder conditions as January winds down.
Arctic air surges into Texoma Sunday night as deep northerly flow on the western side of the polar vortex opens the door to a fresh batch of winter’s chill for the Red River Valley:
Strong northerly flow keeps the cold air coming as we wrap up January.
It will be very windy on Monday with wind chills in the single digits.
Air temperatures will be similar to the cold wave of Jan 23-24 although overnight lows may be a few degrees “warmer” with this new system.
Winter precipitation is not expected as we continue in a very dry pattern.
Take Care, (and stay warm!)
Chief Meteorologist/News 12
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