Cold front brings cooler air
7:00 a.m. Wednesday 12 March 2014
Cold front has moved through early this morning bringing colder air and gusty winds. As we reached the low 80s across Texoma yesterday, today’s high temperature will average in the upper 50s as Canadian and Pacific air filters through the area. Winds will hold on from the north reaching gusts up to 35mph and are expected to relax late tonight and by tomorrow morning the winds will have rotated back from the south southwest. As moisture was very lacking in our atmosphere during the passing of this cold front we aren’t seeing any scattered showers today, just partly cloudy conditions this morning then by this afternoon we will have sunny skies. After today temperatures recover into the 60s for tomorrow and Friday, then by Saturday our next cold front is expected which will pop us up to 20% chance for a few scattered showers and this will hold on through Sunday.
Today we will see mostly sunny skies and highs averaging in the upper 50s with northerly winds gusting up to 35mph. Wind advisory is also still in effect until this afternoon.
Tonight: Low around 33 with mostly clear skies
Thursday: Sunny… 33/67
Friday: Partly Cloudy… 41/62
Saturday: Partly Cloudy… 43/65 with 20% chance for scattered showers
Sunday: Mostly Cloudy… 45/61 with 20% chance for scattered showers
Monday: Partly Cloudy… 38/64
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny… 40/65
Have a wonderful Wednesday and don’t blow away!
Weather Authority/News 12