VERY WINDY Monday; A Dry Week Ahead 7:00 p.m. Sunday 7 February 2016
Texoma enjoyed terrific weather for Super Bowl Sunday with a cold start, but highs rebounding into the 60s during the afternoon and plenty of sunshine. The wind picks up overnight as high pressure builds in behind today’s frontal passage. So we’re looking at a gusty and cold night with lows in the 30s and winds of 20 to 30 mph…definitely a chilly one.
Monday will be a sunny but very windy day: A Weather Aware is posted for winds that may reach 40 mph, creating a high fire danger. Highs will get into the low 50s but with all of the wind it will be a chilly day for sure. The wind stays up Monday night as well before gradually easing by Tuesday afternoon.
Overnight lows through mid-week will be seasonably cold in the low to mid-30s while daytime highs warm to the mid and upper 60s by Thursday. Nice! A weak front passes Thursday evening knocking high temperatures down a few degrees over the weekend, but overall we’re looking at above average temperatures from Tuesday through Sunday. The only rain chance on the 7-Day falls on Sunday when a surface front and mid-level wave approach and southerly flow increases the moisture supply, 30 percent is reasonable.
Tonight: Windy and Chilly…Lows 33 to 37 Monday: Sunny, Windy…..Highs 51 to 54 Tuesday: Sunny, Breezy…..33/60 Wednesday: Sunny…..30/60 Thursday: Sunny…..39/66 Friday: Sunny…..41/62 Saturday: Sunny…..36/61 Sunday: 30% Showers, Windy…..42/65
Steve LaNore Chief Meteorologist News 12 / Weather Authority
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