Feeling hot and muggy
7:00 a.m. Wednesday 17 September 2014
Tropical Storm Odile is still at it, slowly working its way up the Baja Peninsula. As it has crawled further north, we continue to receive moisture from Odile and this will feed the disturbances to brush by us over the next few days. Today we just have a slight chance for a pop up shower, but by tomorrow a wave of energy will ease over Texoma and this will fire up a higher chance for showers and thunderstorms around 40%. Friday so far we do not have a rain chance in the forecast, but this is not with the highest of confidence that a shower can still pop up out there as the moisture will still continue to pour over us. Over the weekend, our next cold front will pass by and this will bring back the rain chances on Saturday and Sunday, with Sunday being the highest at a 50% chance for showers/t-storms and temperatures a little bit cooler. This front will help bring back down our temperatures into next week, holding us in the lower 80s, right where we need to be for this time of year. Don’t forget, first day of Fall is this Monday the 22nd! Autumnal equinox occurs at 9:29 p.m. CDT.
Tonight: Low around 70 with mostly cloudy skies and slight chance for light showers/t-storms
Thursday: Partly Cloudy… 70/87 with a 40% chance for showers/t-storms
Friday: Partly Cloudy… 68/86
Saturday: Mostly Cloudy… 69/85 with a 30% chance for an iso. shower/t-storm
Sunday: Mostly Cloudy… 67/83 with a 50% chance for showers/t-storms
Monday: Partly Cloudy… 63/83 with a 20% chance for an iso. shower/t-storm
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny… 60/82
Have a great Wednesday!
Weather Authority/News 12