UPDATE: 10:00 p.m.
No change to the forecast; a high chance of rain will continue overnight and into Monday. Some stronger storms could fire Monday afternoon right along and advancing cold front before it all ends by sunset Monday.
Rain Overnight/Monday; Dry and Warm Tue-Wed
5:45 p.m. Sun 20 April 2014
Skies will remain unsettled overnight and into Monday as a mid-level trough and surface cold front make their move across the Red River Valley. Showers and thunderstorms can be expected in a random fashion through Monday evening. Pockets of heavy rainfall are possible and some locations may receive in excess of an inch of rain.
A more stable environment takes hold by Monday night as these two features press eastward. Look for warm and dry weather for mid-week with lows around 60 and highs in the lower 80s.
Meanwhile, a dry line takes shape to the west and it will probably spark some severe weather Wednesday and Thursday; it remains to be seen if this activity would move in to Texoma; right now it looks to be over mainly western Oklahoma and west Texas so I will put in a small chance of rain both days, but it doesn’t look like a major event (for us) right now.
As always with these types of systems…it’s something to keep an eye on.
Here are the numbers:
Tonight: 70% Storms Overnight…..Lows near 60
Monday: 70% Thunderstorms…..Highs 75 to 81
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny…..56/82
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy, Windy …..58/85
Thursday: 30% Thunderstorms,…..64/86
Friday: 30% Thunderstorms,…..…..61/83
Saturday: 30% Thunderstorms,…..…..65/83
Sunday: 30% Thunderstorms,…..…..66/84
May You Have A Super Monday!
Weather Authority/News 12