Early morning showers, then cooler temps
7:00 a.m. Thursday 23 October 2014
As the cold front pushes through this morning it is firing up some nice scattered showers across Texoma. Once the afternoon approaches, the front should have passed through and then we will see the clouds start to break apart to let in a few peeks of sunshine. Unfortunately, this cold front wasn’t a very strong one so temperatures will be slightly cooler today compared to what we saw yesterday, reaching in the upper 70s, but we jump back up by tomorrow. Sunny skies return and by the weekend we will be reaching in the upper 80s, very warm for this time of the year but we have another cold front on its way and this will have a little more of a kick to it. Monday evening going into Tuesday we will bring up the rain chances to 20% as the front will start to pass through Texoma and we will go from the lower 80s on Monday to the lower 70s by Tuesday. The rain chances will carry into Wednesday as well, even slightly increasing in chances.
A fun side note for today is a partial eclipse will take place! It will start at 4:44 p.m. and this is when the moon blocks part of the sun. This means you DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE SUN! There are tricks you can do to watch the partial eclipse safely without damaging your vision.
Tonight: Lows around 57 with partly cloudy skies
Friday: Mostly Sunny… 57/85
Saturday: Sunny… 61/87
Sunday: Sunny… 61/85
Monday: Partly Cloudy… 62/81
Tuesday: Partly Cloudy… 56/74 with a 20% chance for sct. showers/t-storms
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy… 52/75 with a 30% chance for sct. showers/t-storms
Weather Authority/News 12