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11:00 pm Friday – July 29th, 2016

With the Dome of High Pressure to our west and Northwest Flow aloft … the door is open a series of fast moving upper air disturbances with rain and cooler temps. Showers and Storms will be in our forecast through Sunday … then the Heat Dome moves back in on Monday and we will be Sunny, Hot and Dry going into next week.

Today … an Upper Air Trough pushed across the Red River with clouds, isolated Showers and rain cooled air keeping temps down a few degrees. Afternoon skies have become Mostly Sunny to Partly Cloudy with the only a few lingering clouds left behind from the morning showers. The Outflow Boundary has stabilized the atmosphere limiting Showers Eastern Texoma. Highs bounced back to near 94 with South-Southwest winds 10-15 mph.

Tonight … skies are clear over most of Texoma ... but rainy and stormy this evening over Pushmataha, Choctaw & Lamar counties … as with slow moving soakers and Gusty winds up to 35 - 45 mph push south over the Red River. Overnight … skies will become Mostly Clear and Winds will be light from the East-Southeast 5-15 mph as morning Lows drop to near 74.

Saturday … another upper air disturbance rolls in increasing our chances of afternoon Showers and Storms. Winds will be from the South-Southwest 10-15 mph as Afternoon Highs will warmer near 96.

Saturday Evening … showers will linger across the eastern half of Texoma. The overnight skies will become Mostly Clear as morning Lows drop into the mid-70s.

Sunday ... while the Upper Air Heat Dome starts to make it’s return … but, we have one more Upper Air Disturbance to deal … promising to bring more Afternoon showers and Storms. Afternoon skies will be Mostly Sunny with light South breezes 5-10 mph as Highs will be near 97.

Monday thru Friday … the heat is back with Sunny Skies and Highs push from 98 Monday to the century mark … near 100 by Thursday.

As always … Help Save A Young Life … please remember to please pass the word … Do Not Leave Pets or Children in the Car … with Temps pushing the upper 90s to 100 this week … Cars will heat up to 135 degrees or hotter in less than 15-25 minutes ... Parked Cars will be Death Traps ! Do a back seat “Double Check”, so no one is left behind when parking your car.

Tom Hale
Meteorologist
News 12 - Your Weather Authority

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