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More Heavy Flooding Rain headed our way !
11:00 PM Friday 22 May 2015

It is a Weather Alert Weekend ... as more rain is on the way, heavy rainfall, with more Flash Flooding Likely.

Flood warnings for rivers and streams are scattered throughout all of Texoma. We are also under a flash flood watch until Monday. Rainfall amounts starting tonight and through Monday could add up to over 2" inches up to 7" inches.

While heavy rainfall and flooding are the main concerns this weekend, a secondary threat is potential Severe Storms on Saturday Afternoon, Overnight and again Sunday Afternoon and Evening.

A warm front will push through Texoma Saturday afternoon which will help warm us back up to the upper 70s, unlike Friday where the highs will barely made it into the 60s.

Saturday these storms, will have periods of heavy rainfall along with a marginal to slight risk of large hail and damaging winds.

Sunday shows to even have a higher chance for rain, 80% and the heaviest of rainfall is likely to occur on Sunday. The severe storms risk is lower on Sunday.

For Memorial Day, there is a 40% chance for showers and storms and this carries over into Tuesday as well. Finally by Wednesday and Thursday the rain appears to taper down and just linger a 20% chance for a pop up shower and highs will reach into the 80s.

Tonight: Lows around 60 with mostly cloudy skies & a 20% chance for a shower/t-storm
Saturday: Cloudy… 60/77 with a 70% chance for showers/t-storms
Sunday: Cloudy… 66/74 with a 80% chance for showers/t-storms
Monday: Mostly Cloudy… 65/78 with a 40% chance for showers/t-storms
Tuesday: Mostly Cloudy… 66/80 with a 40% chance for showers/t-storms
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy… 67/82 with a 20% chance for a pop up shower
Thursday: Partly Cloudy… 69/85 with a 20% chance for a pop up shower

Please Be Weather Alert this weekend,
Tom Hale
Weather Authority/News 12

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