Surge of Cooler Air on the Way; Frost/Freeze Potential Saturday Morning Thursday 30 October 2014 5:00 AM
Another cold front is expected across Texoma later this afternoon and into this evening. An isolated shower may pop up as the front moves into Texoma with a wind shift to the north. Friday will be a much cooler and windy day with highs in the mid-60’s with North winds 15-25. Trick or Treat weather will be clear but cool with temps in the upper 50’s and north winds 5-15. Saturday Texoma will the first frost of the season with lows near 34. A good chance of showers and thunderstorms moves into Texoma Monday into Wednesday of next week.
Forecast: Today, mostly sunny, high 77, S/SW 5-15, 10% Afternoon shower Tonight, fair, low 47, N. 5-15 Friday, sunny, high 64, N. 15-25, Cool and spooky for Trick or Treat Saturday, AM Frost, sunny, 34/62 Sunday, mostly sunny, 42/65 Monday, mostly cloudy, 40% rain/t-storms, 52/70 Tuesday, cloudy, 70% rain/t-storms, 56/67 Wednesday, mostly cloudy, 40% showers, 50/65
May You Have A Great Thursday! Tom Miller Meteorologist News 12 / Weather Authority
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