UPDATE: 8:50 p.m.
Very few spots in Texoma saw any rain this evening, and now the chance of rain has completely left the forecast for the next few days. Enjoy some fine May weather in the days ahead! Take Care - Steve
Wonderful May Weather Wed-Sat.
5:20 p.m. Tuesday 3 May 2016
A fast-moving mid-level impulse triggered a batch of showers over the Texas Panhandle Tuesday, and these moved southeastward toward Texoma during the late afternoon. A few showers this evening, mainly west of Highway 75, will break up quickly with the loss of daytime heating. Wednesday will dawn clear and cool with lows around 50 – not quite as cool as last night.
Wednesday through Saturday sees some of the finest weather we ever get in May: low relative humidity, fairly low wind speeds, cool nights and warm afternoons.
A large low aloft begins to impinge on the weather party by Sunday/Monday; the dry line will also sharpen up. This sets the stage for thunderstorms to return by Mother’s Day, although coverage looks rather spotty so I’m keeping Sunday rain chances at 30 percent for now….with a higher chance on Monday.
Tonight: 20% Showers west of Hwy 75 through 9 p.m., clearing late….Lows near 50
Wednesday: Sunny Skies…..Highs 79 to 83
Friday: Mostly Sunny…..50/83
Saturday: Increasing Clouds, Breezy…58/85
Mother’s Day: Windy, 30% Showers…64/81
Monday: Windy, 50% Thunderstorms….66/80
Tuesday: Decreasing Clouds….64/84
News 12 / Weather Authority