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November 28, 2014 10:30 p.m.

Overnight … the winds continue to blow from the South-Southwest 15-25 mph … as we slowly cool down to near 50.

Saturday ... we will be Very Windy … South-Southwest 20-35 mph … under Sunny skies as afternoon Highs warm to near 75.

Sunday … we start off with some morning Clouds, Windy and Warm with Lows near 56 … by afternoon we turn Mostly Sunny to Partly Cloudy … as Gulf Moisture continues to blow in on South-Southwest 15-25 with gusts to 30 mph. Afternoon Highs will warm despite the clouds to near 73 … some 15 degrees above normal for this time of year.

Sunday Night into Monday ... our next Strong Fall Cold Front blows into Texoma. Winds will swing the North by Sunday evening as low clouds roll develop. Morning Lows will drop into Mid to Upper 30s ... still above freezing under Cloudy skies.

Monday ... a Winter-Like ... Overcast, with Low Clouds and a chance of Drizzle. Winds will be out of the North 15-25 mph … so it will be a tad Windy Chilly as Highs struggle to reach 42.

Overnight into Tuesday … High Pressure builds in and skies become Partly Cloudy with morning Lows near 30.

Tuesday … will be a Partly Cloudy to Mostly Sunny day as we warm with South-Southwest breezes 5-15 mph and Highs near 48.

Wednesday … the South winds increase to 15-30 mph … under Partly Cloudy skies with Highs near 58.

Wednesday night into Thursday … morning Lows start off near 52 … under Cloudy skies with South winds 15-25 mph … ahead of a Back Door Cold Front trying to push in from the northeast. Skies will become Mostly Cloudy as we warm 12 degrees to near 64.

Friday … Our winds turned South-Southwest 10-20 mph … with continued Mostly Cloudy skies as we warmed to near 63.

For those of us who like the 60s and the 70s … we have a great holiday weekend Fall Weather to Enjoy.

Tom Hale
News 12 - Your Winter Weather Authority.

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