Texoma’s Thanksgiving travelers should pack a coat, but the roads will be free of any rain, snow, or ice Wed through Fri.
The Red River Valley managed to avoid a major winter weather event Monday by just a couple of degrees; the roads were fortunately a bit too warm for much ice to form on them.
Now our attention turns to Thanksgiving. Many will be traveling Wednesday or Thursday, and then of course there are Friday shopping concerns when many people will be outside.
Here’s some good weather news: skies should be travel friendly. However, it will be cold with overnight lows into the 30s all the way down to Houston and San Antonio. Overnight lows around Texoma will be in the 20s, and if you’re headed north, say to Kansas, sport your winter heavies with lows in the teens and highs only in the 30s.
Another blob of Canadian air moves in making for clear cold nights and cool-ish days Wed thru Fri.
Daytime highs across Oklahoma should make the 40s for Thanksgiving and around 50 in Texoma. Southward, look for highs in the 50s for Dallas and near 60 in San Antonio for Thanksgiving Day.
May you have a fun and safe Thanksgiving Holiday weekend!