UPDATE: 10:40 p.m.
Another weak disturbance will track across Texoma tonight and generate scattered thunderstorms, but so far we have seen very little rain, thankfully.
Wednesday offers a chance for a brief period of relative quiet as the air mass will be slightly more stable behind the wave; however, daytime heating and a weak cap will help to generate at least widely scattered thunderstorms. Storm chances will be on the increase Thursday-Saturday as a stronger upper level system moves toward us.
A front approaches Saturday, and the lifting provided by it make Friday and Saturday the days with the maximum flood threat. The air mass should stabilize and quiet down for a day or two behind the front for early next week.
Here are the numbers:
Tonight: A few thunderstorms possible…..Lows 65 to 68
Wednesday: 30% Thunderstorms…..Highs 82 to 86
Thursday: 50% Thunderstorms…..68/82
Friday: 60% Thunderstorms…..65/81
Saturday: 60% Thunderstorms…..66/79
Sunday: 20% Showers, Decreasing Clouds…..63/78
Monday: Partly Cloudy…..61/81
Tuesday: Partly Cloudy…..64/85