Saturday Morning … temperatures dropped into the upper 20s to near 30 … thanks to clear skies, light Northwest breezes and of course dry air. During the Day … with High Pressure centered over the Panhandle … Texoma winds blew from the West-Northwest 10-20 mph. With dry air and warm west winds … Saturday’s Highs jumped to 59 in Paris up to 62 Pauls Valley.
High Pressure and Dry Air will be the biggest factor in our weather story for the next several days … as Temps warm 25-30 degrees each day through Wednesday.
Overnight into Sunday … our winds swing West-Southwest 10-15 mph as Humidity increases and Temps slowly drop to morning Lows near 40 … under Mostly Clear skies.
Sunday … Rocky Mountain High Pressure will be building across Texoma … and gusty Northwest winds will blow 20-30 mph all day. Afternoon Highs will still reach 60 degrees … under Deep Blue Skies.
Monday … our winds West-Northwest 15-25 mph as the High Pressure moves over Hill Country and gusty winds will blow “Down Slope” from the High Plains of the Texas Panhandle … warming up and drying out as it descends. Morning Lows will be mild near 36 … with Sunny Skies and West-Northerly winds 15-25 mph … Highs will be near 66.
Tuesday … with High Pressure overhead our light winds will swing from West-Northwest back to the South 5-15 mph. We will be Sunny, Breezy and Dry … with Mild Morning Lows near 42 and Afternoon Highs that leap to near 73.
Wednesday … as High Pressure moves well to our east … our winds will increase and swing South-Southwest 20-30 mph in advance of our next Cold Front. Skies will remain Sunny with morning Lows near 44 and Afternoon Highs near 74, the warmest day of the week. Overnight into Thursday … the Cold Front rolls across Texoma between Midnight and 3:00 A.M. Our Gusty Winds will switch to the Northwest 20-30 mph. Before the cold has a chance of filter in behind the Front our Morning Lows will bottom out near 48.
Thursday … will be Mostly Sunny, Windy and Cooler … Winds will be slowly decreasing throughout the day from North 30 down to 20 mph by late afternoon. Afternoon Highs will struggle to reach 62 degrees.
Friday … Morning Lows will be near 36 as winds will be near calm. The High Pressure continues to build in … as the center of the High slowly shifts from Overhead to the Great Lakes. Meanwhile our winds will shift to the East-Southeast 10-15 mph. with the return of Gulf Moisture … skies will become Partly Cloudy and Afternoon Highs will slowly climb to near 54.
Saturday … a Canadian Cold Front will be headed our way … Moist South winds 15-20 mph and lift from and Upper Air Disturbance will trigger Scattered Showers ahead of the Cold Front. Texoma skies will be Mostly Cloudy as the Cold Front arrives Saturday Afternoon. Morning Lows will be near 40 and Afternoon Highs will struggle to reach 48.
Texoma’s Spring-Like warming trend continues through Thursday when our next Cold Front arrives dry. Then a Second Canadian Cold Front arrives Saturday and right now Sunday looks like when the Winter Cold returns … so defiantly Enjoy this Weekend !
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