Freezing Fog ... Mother Natures Zamboni Machine !
December 8th 2013 11:00 am
Overnight in to Sunday … Freezing Fog and Freezing Drizzle developed over all of Texoma. The Freezing Fog formed when the Air Temp was in the 20s and is now adding a fresh new Glaze to everything it touches … creating a glassy coating on cars and road ways.
Sunday … will be cold near 19 with some early morning Freezing Fog and Drizzle ending by mid-morning … Texoma’s winds turn South-Southwest at 10-20 mph by afternoon and our skies will be Mostly Cloudy with a High of only 32.
Overnight into Monday … another Cold Front pushes across Texoma, this time dry.
Monday … morning Lows will be near 22 with Brisk North-Northeast winds 15-20 mph. Behind the Cold Front we will struggle to warm up to 33 degrees for an afternoon High.
Tuesday … despite Mostly Sunny skies ... our morning Low will be near 18 and an afternoon High of 30. Winds will be light from the North 10-15 mph.
Wednesday ... another Cold Start with morning Lows near 24 degrees. Texoma Skies will be Sunny and Dry as winds swing to the Southwest 5-10 mph. Then by afternoon we finally warm to Above Freezing with Highs near 38.
Wednesday night … anything that melted and did not evaporate during the day will Re-Freeze … sorry.
Thursday … the morning starts off Sunny and 26 degrees. We will warm above freezing by noon headed for a High of 42. This will mark the end of our sub freezing cold snap !
Then Overnight into Friday … our temperatures will remain above freezing near 33.
Friday … with South winds 10-20 mph … the atmosphere will become humid and unstable with a chance for Showers and Thunderstorms. Our Afternoon Highs will continue to warm to near 46 degrees.
In the Meantime … Stay warm, check on family and friends, provide shelter from the cold for your pets and please avoid major Highways until the Ice melts.
Your Winter Weather Authority – News 12