Fox Texoma Weather

Fox Forecast

August 29th 2015 9:00 a.m.

While the Caribbean, Florida and East Coast is preparing for a Potential Hurricane Erika … Texoma is Tranquil … very little chance of Rain through Labor Day Weekend.

Today … we started with Morning Showers and Lows near 73. An Upper Air Trough and a weak Surface Cold Front will push across Texoma with a chance of Showers and Isolated Thunderstorms, mainly East of Hwy 69/75. Afternoon Skies will be Partly Cloudy with South breezes 10-20 mph … as Highs reach 95.

Tonight … the Upper Air Trough will pass to our east … it will become Mostly Clear, Breezy and Mild … with Morning Lows near 73.

Sunday … Surface winds will increase and swing South-Southwest 10-15 mph under Mostly Sunny skies. Afternoon Highs will warm into the Mid-90s … near 97.

Monday … to start the Second Week of School … skies will be Partly Cloudy and Dry as a weak Upper Air Disturbance passes overhead. Winds will be from the South 10-15 mph as Afternoon Highs only reach 94.

Tuesday & Wednesday … Texoma skies turn Sunny as Gulf Moisture slowly increases. Winds will be from the South 15-20 mph. Morning lows will be near 73 and Afternoon Highs will be a degree warmer … near 95.

Thursday & Friday … a few Clouds drift across Texoma as winds swing from South to Southeast 10-15 mph. Moring Lows will continue in the Low 70s and under Mostly Sunny skies … Afternoon Highs average 95.

It is Still Summer and Temps this week will again be in the 90s … and still be "dangerous for Small Children and Pets !!! "

Parked Cars will be Death Traps ! With Temps in the 90s … Cars will heat up to 125 degrees or hotter in less than 15 minutes ... so always "Double Check", to make sure no one is left behind in your parked car. Please Help Us Pass the Word by sharing this message with everyone you know.

Tom Hale
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