July 4th, 2015 10:30 p.m.
Flood Advisory - JOHNSTON & MARSHALL - Until 1:15 am. Please Avoid Low Water Crossings.
Tonight … the Rain and Thunderstorms are coming to an end … and it was great weather for Independence Day Fireworks. Overnight … with Partly Cloudy skies Showers and Storms will redevelop during the Wee Hours mainly south of the Red River … as we slowly cool down to near 72.
Sunday … skies remain Partly Cloudy as another disturbance passes over the Eastern third of Texoma with Widely Scattered Showers, about a 30% chance East of US Hwy 75/69. Winds will be increasing to 15-20 mph as Highs warm to near 90.
Then Monday … plan on a Dry Day for a change. Partly Cloudy, Windy and Warmer with South-Southwest winds 20-30 mph and Afternoon Highs pushing 94 … but with the Humidity it will feel like 97-100.
Tuesday & Wednesday … a weak Cold Front drifts over Texoma while another Upper Air Disturbance swings overhead generating more potentially Heavy Flooding Rains. Highs both days near 86.
Thursday … widely Scattered Showers and the disturbance moves away to the east. Afternoon Highs will be near 89.
Friday … we turn Mostly Sunny, Breezy, Hot and Dry. South-Southwest winds 10-20 mph and Highs near 95.
Remember to Please Pass the Word … Parked Cars will be Death Traps ! Do Not Leave Pets or Children in the Car … with Temps near 90 … Cars will heat up to 125 degrees or hotter in less than 15-25 minutes ... Always “Double Check”, and Make Sure no one is left behind when parking your car.
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