The Winter Weather Advisory … has been Extended until 11 A.M. Sunday Morning … for all of Texoma in Oklahoma and Montague, Cooke Counties in Texas. Expect Light Freezing Drizzle and Mist … as Roads, Bridges, Walkways and Parking Lots … receive a fresh Coat of ICY GLAZE !
Sunday … our Cold Misty Overcast skies continue with more Showers and Patchy Rain. Our Damp Raw weather is thanks to a steady stream of South winds Aloft Pumping Oodles of Gulf Moisture across Texoma’s Cold Air at the Surface. Our surface winds will be North-Northeast 10-15 … and with the Ice and Snow on the ground … Afternoon Highs will be struggle to reach Above Freezing to near 38 … as roads start to thaw.
Overnight into Monday … we “Refreeze” with more Freezing Mist and Drizzle. Morning Lows will Drop to between 26 to 30 degrees. So what does not melt Sunday will refreeze … causing Spotty Slick Spot.
Monday … after morning Lows near 28 … our winds swing East-Northeast 10-15 mph and Gulf Moisture increases triggering even more Showers and Rain … with the heaviest downpours falling Along and East of Hwy 75. Again Afternoon Highs will struggle under Cloudy skies to reach 47 degrees … and with the rain it will feel cooler.
Overnight into Tuesday morning … our winds swing South 15-25 mph … full of additional Warmer Gulf Moisture. Morning Lows will be the warmest … in a week … near 45.
Tuesday … ahead of our next Cold Front … our Warm Up continues with Highs near 65. Throughout the day we will have Gusty Winds, South 25-35 mph … Cloudy to Mostly Cloudy skies with Showers and Thunderstorms, locally heavy at times.
Overnight into Wednesday … the Cold Front blows through. Winds turn North 15-25 mph and a Blast of Cold Air follows with a Winter Mix of Rain and Sleet. Morning Lows drop back to near 33 degrees.
Wednesday … since our Texoma Soil will be saturated from recent Rain … the North winds 20-30 mph combined with the Very Cold Air behind the Front … will Lift the relatively warmer Moist Air at the Surface … causing it to Cool and Condense into a Low Deck of Clouds and Light Rain. Afternoon Highs will again struggle to reach 40 degrees. It will be a Cold, Raw Day feeling like the 30s and Damp.
Thursday … morning skies will be Mostly Clear and morning Lows drop to near 25. Winds will continue from the North 10-20 mph with Afternoon Highs warming to near 48.
Friday … under Clear Skies it will be a Cold Start near 27 degrees. Our winds swing to the South-Southwest 10-15 mph … under Sunny skies as we warm near 53.
Saturday … with Dry Air and Mostly Sunny Skies we will Warm Up to near 58 … as light breezes swing back to the North 5-10 mph.
Through Noon and Overnight … Plan on ICY Patches on Roads, Bridges and Overpasses … So please drive with care. And, you can help Keep Texomans Safe … If your see Dangerous Icy Conditions … Please Call us at 903-892-NEWS (6397) or email us at News12@kxii.com and Weather@kxii.com .
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