Texoma Forecast


Drying Out, Warming Up for the Weekend
Friday August 1 July 2014
5:00 AM


The low pressure system that ushered in the clouds and rainfall into Texoma yesterday has pushed southeast out of the area this morning. Low clouds and patchy fog will give way to partly cloudy skies. Saturday and Sunday will be pleasant with partly sunny skies and mild to warm temperatures for this time of the year. The northwest flow remains over us which will allow for the chance of rain to return to the forecast by late next week.

Forecast:
Today, am fog, partly cloudy, high 83, NE 5-15
Tonight, partly cloudy, low 65, E. 3-8
Saturday, mostly sunny, humid, high 87, NE 5-15
Sunday, mostly sunny, 67/89
Monday, sunny, 68/91
Tuesday, sunny, 69/92
Wednesday, mostly sunny, 72/94
Thursday, partly cloudy, 30% t-storms, 75/94


May You Have a Great Weekend!

Tom Miller
Weather Authority/News 12








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  • Lake Texoma Temp: 82
  • Grayson County Airport Observed High: 72
  • Grayson County Airport Observed Low: 69
  • Rain: Sherman-Denison (KXII-TV): 0.00
  • Ardmore High: 75
  • Ardmore Observed Low: 66
  • Rain: Ardmore : 0.00
  • SunRise : August 1, 2014: 6:39 a.m.
  • SunSet: August 1, 2014: 8:26 p.m.
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