Waves of showers and storms
5:00 a.m. Tuesday 24 May 2016
As this disturbance sits out to our west we keep getting waves of showers and storms off of it. There is a portion of northern areas of Texoma that are under a slight risk for strong to severe storms so we have it as a weather alert day. The main threats are flooding in areas of poor drainage, strong winds, and possibly large hail. The tornado threat is very low too but non-existing as in hardly a threat here. This afternoon will be like yesterday, highs will reach the low 80s with winds from the south drawing in moisture and kicking up to 20mph. Overnight into Wednesday we will still have a 20% for the morning and afternoon but the severe risk pulls back quite a bit. Tomorrow even warmer as highs reach the mid 80s, and the morning starts around 70 degrees. Thursday and Friday the rain will spike back up and possibly more strong to severe storms also with warm temperatures. Memorial weekend pulls back again with the rain, but so far just a 20% both days for a pop up shower or storm.
Tonight: Lows around 70 with mostly cloudy skies and a slight chance for a pop up shower/t-storm
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy… 70/85 with a slight 20% chance for a pop up shower/t-storm
Thursday: Cloudy… 72/82 with a 60% chance for showers/t-storms
Friday: Cloudy… 67/77 with a 60% chance for showers/t-storms
Saturday: Partly Cloudy… 65/85 with a small 20% for a pop up shower or storm
Sunday: Partly Cloudy… 67/84 with a small 20% for a pop up shower or storm Monday: Cloudy… 65/82 with a 40% chance for showers/t-storms
Stay safe on the wet roads!
Weather Authority/News 12