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11:00 pm Sunday – July 24th, 2016
The “Heat Advisory” is over …for at least the next week !

Tonight … skies will turn Partly Cloudy and Warm in the 80s with Southeast breezes 5-10 mph. Overnight … we will have a chance of Wee Hour Showers. Morning Lows will only drop to be a muggy 76.

Monday … we’re Partly Cloudy with a Scattered Showers and Storms. These slow moving heavy downpours will have the potential for wind gusts 40 to 60 mph and localized flash flooding. Good News … Afternoon Highs will be cooler near 96 with breezes switching from Southwest to East 10-15 mph.

Tuesday ... plan on Widely Scattered afternoon Showers and Storms. Around 4:00 pm during the max heating of the day some of these Thunderstorms could become severe with High Winds, Heavy Rain and Hail. Scattered Rainfall totals of 2” to 3” inches is likely. Winds will continue East-Southeast 10-15 mph as Highs warm a degree to 94, under partly Cloudy Skies.

Wednesday … aside from a lingering overnight shower … skies will be rain free. Winds swing South 10-15 mph as the Upper Air High Pressure drifts further west over Arizona. Skies will be Partly Cloudy and after morning Lows near 75 afternoon Highs will jump to 94.

Thursday … with the Dome of High Pressure to our west … this opens the door to an approaching upper air disturbance with at least a 30% chance of Showers and Storms. These storms could be strong to severe with gusty winds and periods of heavy rain. Winds will be warm from the South-Southwest 10-15 mph. Afternoon Highs will be cooler near 92.

Friday … the Upper Air Trough arrives providing Lift to the unstable hot and humid air over Texoma triggering more isolated showers and storms through noon. Winds will continue warm from the Southwest 10-15 mph as afternoon Highs will reach 94.

As always … Help Save A Young Life … please remember to please pass the word … Do Not Leave Pets or Children in the Car … with Temps pushing the upper 90s to 100 this week … Cars will heat up to 135 degrees or hotter in less than 15-25 minutes ... Parked Cars will be Death Traps ! Do a back seat “Double Check”, so no one is left behind when parking your car.

Tom Hale
Meteorologist
News 12 - Your Weather Authority

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