Cooling down with approaching rain
7:00 a.m. Friday 30 January 2015
Temperatures today will be a little bit cooler as the Canadian air from the cold front yesterday continues to seep into Texoma, allowing our highs to only make it to the lower 50s which is actually normal for January. Partly cloudy skies along with a 15mph breeze from the east will be expected. Now near midnight tonight, we will start up the rain chances to around a slight 20% chance due to the trough of low pressure near the Baja Peninsula firing up the rain for us and this chance will increase through the night into Saturday afternoon where chances will then be to 70% for cold rain. Luckily, we will remain above freezing so with the forecasted amounts of around an inch of rainfall it’s good that freezing temperatures aren’t a concern. The rain will continue from Saturday night into Sunday then start to wind down Sunday evening. By the time we get to Monday morning the rain should be over with which is important since Monday morning lows look to drop into the mid 20s. From here, we will hold on to cooler temps and rain free conditions to the later parts of next week.
Tonight: Lows around 38 with cloudy skies and 20% chance for sct. showers
Saturday: Cloudy… 38/46 with a 70% chance for showers
Sunday: Cloudy… 37/45 with a 70% chance for showers decreasing through the day
Monday: Sunny… 25/42
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny… 29/50
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy… 37/52
Thursday: Mostly Sunny… 30/47
Have a great weekend!
Weather Authority/News 12