THE URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOOD ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 7:30 PM FOR STEPHENS AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES ...
HEAVY RAIN THAT WILL CAUSE URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOODING IN THE ADVISORY AREA. ... 2 TO 3 INCHES OF RAIN HAVE ALREADY FALLEN ... AND ADDITIONAL RAINFALL OF UP TO 1" TO 2" INCHES IS LIKELY.
Saturday … has been Wind, Rainy and Stormy … with much of Texoma receiving up to 1” to 2” inches by this evening. Winds have been from the South-Southeast 15-25 with Gust to 30 mph. Thanks to Cloudy skies … afternoon High have struggled to reach the Low 60s.
Tonight … Showers and Thunderstorms continue as the Upper Air Disturbance passes over Northeast Texoma into Arkansas. After midnight as the Low heads off the our east Winds will swing to the West-Northwest. With low clouds and drizzle our morning Lows will only drop into the Mid 50s.
Sunday … we start off Cloudy as winds blow from the West-Northwest 20-30 mph. By noon a Cold Front will blow through Texoma … Cool & Dry as the Sun comes out. Behind the Front with warming Down-Slope West Winds and Dry Air afternoon Temperatures will rebound into the Upper 60s and Low 70s.
Sunday Night … we will have Clear skies Northwest Winds … as even Cooler, Dry Air pours in … and temperatures tumble to near 40 for morning Lows.
Monday ... under Sunny skies the Cool Down continues. Winds will remain from the Northwest 15-25 mph … as afternoon Highs drop to near 62.
Tuesday … with High Pressure over the Great Plains our skies continue Blue, Clear and Mostly Sunny with West-Northwest winds 10-15 mph. After morning Lows near 37 … afternoon Highs will warm to near 55.
Tuesday Night into Wednesday … another Dry Cold Front pushes across Texoma swinging our winds to the North … with morning Lows again near 37 degrees.
Wednesday, Thanksgiving Eve … more Sunny Blue skies … Breezy North Winds 15-25 mph and afternoon Highs in the Mid 50s.
Thursday, Thanksgiving Day … starts off with morning Lows near 40 … Sunny skies and Northeast breezes 10-15 mph. A perfect day to spend with family indoors or outdoors ! By afternoon Highs will be pushing 60 degrees … great for working off Dinner with some outdoor games.
Overnight into Friday morning … we will have a Clear, Calm and Cold night with morning Lows near 29.
Friday … Our winds will turn South 15-20 mph … as we warm into the Low 60s under Sunny skies.
Stay tuned to News 12 for the latest on Today’s potentially Heavy Rain … and if any storms become severe you can also watch instant updates on KXII.Com, Facebook, Twitter and streaming Live on our KXII Mobile App.
- TULSA, Okla. (AP) - The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory through late Wednesday for much of the state as stifling heat and humidity continue to affect Oklahoma this week.
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