Today showers and thunderstorms are expected today as a upper level low pressure system moves slowly across the Texas Panhandle and a stationary front remains across the region. The severe storm potential will be low overall due to rain last night and early this morning. The upper level low will finally start to pull east across Oklahoma tonight and allow a cold front to move through all of Texoma. An upper level ridge of high pressure will amplify across the Rockies on Wednesday and builds slowly east through the week into the weekend.
Forecast: Today, cloudy, high 65, 80% rain and thunderstorms, E. 10-25 Tonight, cloudy, low 49, 70% showers, N/NE 10-20 Tuesday, mostly cloudy, high 62, 40% rain showers, N. 10-20 Wednesday, mostly sunny, 45/70 Thursday, sunny, 48/73 Friday, sunny, 50/76 Saturday, mostly sunny, 55/77 Sunday, mostly sunny, 58/76
Please be “Weather Alert” Monday for Heavy Runoff and Flooded Roads !
Tom Miller Meteorologist News 12 / Weather Authority
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