The front is almost here
11:00 a.m. Monday 1 October 2014
As more moisture moves into Texoma, this incorporated with the sunshine is the reason why temps are inching up day by day. It will be a very warm one for us again as highs will reach the upper 80s, but by tomorrow afternoon the cold front will start squeezing through. Today we have a small chance for an isolated shower to pop up as the cold front is near, but the chance is sitting at around 10%. By tomorrow though, temps will start to cool down and we will jump to a 50% chance for showers and thunderstorms. Catch with tomorrow’s t-storms is that we will have a slight risk for severe weather as issued by the Storm Prediction Center. This means that the storms have the potential to be heavy to severe, and could possibly produce hazards such as hail, high winds, and heavy rainfall. Thursday will be a good time to keep your eyes and ears open for this. Going into Friday, showers and t-storms will linger but chances will decline and by the weekend high pressure pushes in leaving sunny skies and we will start to warm back up. The air with this cold front is cooler Canadian/Pacific air, not an Arctic front, so the cooler temps will be short lived.
Tonight: Low around 71 with mostly cloudy skies and 30% chance for sct. showers/storms
Thursday: Mostly Cloudy… 71/85 with a 50% chance for showers/t-storms
Friday: Mostly Sunny… 55/78 with a 10% chance for sct. showers/t-storms
Saturday: Sunny… 51/79
Sunday: Sunny… 56/84
Monday: Sunny… 59/86
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny… 63/88
Happy middle of the week!
Weather Authority/News 12