Unseasonably Warm; Showers Possible Thursday
5:00 p.m. Mon 20 October 2014
The pattern of cool nights and unseasonably warm days that began Monday will continue this week.
A very weak surface pressure field will keep winds generally under 10 mph from the east to southeast; a very weak frontal boundary draped across central Oklahoma will drift just a bit farther south on Tuesday, but an upper high centered directly over Texoma should prevent the formation of any significant rainfall.
A weak mid-level trough passes by in the jet stream flow Thursday, and this looks to be our only chance of precipitation during the next seven days. Warmer-than-average weather looks to be in place over the weekend as well with lows 55 to 60 and highs in the 80s.
Lake Texoma continues to slowly fall and with appreciable rainfall expected in the watershed and these warm temperatures, a slow but steady drop can be expected to continue.
Here are the numbers:
Tonight: Clear to Partly Cloudy…..Lows 51 to 57
Tuesday: Partly Cloudy…..Highs 79 east to 84 west
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy…..58/79
Thursday: 20% Showers or Storms…..60/77
Friday: Partly Cloudy…..58/80
Saturday: Mostly Sunny…..56/82
Sunday: Sunny, Windy…..61/84
Monday: Sunny, Windy…..62/83
May You Have A Most Excellent Tuesday!
News 12 / Weather Authority