7:00 a.m. Thursday 12 December 2013
Today will be another nice day once conditions start to clear up in the afternoon. The sunshine will help increase our temperatures a few degrees warmer than yesterday and we will also notice our winds will shift back from the south southeast. Later tonight a slight chance for scattered showers will be present due to the trough of low pressure working its way towards the east over Colorado and Oklahoma. This creates the upper level disturbance to influence the slight chance for scattered showers tonight with that chance increasing into Friday. Attention to Thursday night’s low temperatures needs to be high, applying this more towards northern Texoma. Overnight lows have the potential to drop below freezing, and if this occurs with a scattered shower, then freezing rain can be possible. It will be enough to slow you down in the morning, where you might need to scrape some ice off your car. Once the trough migrates further east by Friday, this will push another cold front through. Luckily it’s not an intense arctic front like before, just cool enough to bring us down a few degrees and continue the chance to see scattered showers into Saturday. We will recover quickly by Sunday with our temperatures, with the help of high pressure, sunny skies are expected by then and continued through Wednesday.
Today mostly sunny skies with northerly winds in the morning shifting later from the south southeast up to 15 mph. Highs today will average in the low 40s.
Tonight: Low around 31 with mostly cloudy skies and 20% chance for scattered showers
Friday: Cloudy… 31/46 with 50% chance for showers
Saturday: Mostly Cloudy… 35/42 with 20% chance for scattered showers
Sunday: Sunny… 28/47
Monday: Sunny… 31/51
Tuesday: Sunny… 34/55
Wednesday: Mostly Sunny… 36/59
Have a great Thursday!
Weather Authority/News 12