A short warm up
Noon Tuesday 6 October 2015
Once more of these clouds break apart later this afternoon temperatures will actually be a little warmer than yesterday as we push into the lower 80s with a gentle northerly breeze and mostly sunny skies. The rain has been eliminated and warmer temperatures are caused by the outer edge of the upper ridge that is to our south and for these next two days it will take control. Wednesday will even be warmer into the upper 80s which is above normal for October, but a cold front is on the way and this will cool us back down just in time for the weekend. Out west currently over New Mexico is an upper level low, and this will continue to inch east as we approach Thursday where by then more of an organized cold front will push through Texoma by Friday morning and here is when we return the rain chances. Starting Thursday we have a 30% chance for showers and t-storms and this will be consistent into Friday. Once the front is to our south by Saturday, we will hang onto a lower 20% chance for leftover lingering scattered showers. So this front over Friday and Saturday will be a nice cool down, but it will be brief. Back into next week we will start to warm back up, pushing the 90s as we get into Monday.
Tonight: Lows around 60 with mostly clear skies
Wednesday: Mostly Sunny… 60/86
Thursday: Partly Cloudy… 62/87 with a 30% chance for showers/t-storms
Friday: Mostly Cloudy… 64/80 with a 30% chance for showers/t-storms
Saturday: Partly Cloudy… 58/79 with a 20% chance sct. showers/t-storms
Sunday: Mostly Sunny… 58/87
Monday: Mostly Sunny… 65/90
Have a great Tuesday!
Weather Authority/News 12