Unseasonably Warm Weekend….Windy Too
4:35 p.m. Thursday 27 October 2016
Texoma entered another patch of unseasonably warm weather on Thursday that will last through Halloween. Daily maximum temperatures will run about 15 degrees above normal, with night-time lows equally warm.
A ridge centered over west Texas moves slowly eastward this weekend, helping to bump temps upward another two or three degrees by Sunday. The record highs for October 30 (Sunday) are 89 degrees in Sherman and 88 in Ardmore; we won’t be far from either of these numbers this weekend, falling short by just a degree or two. So, we’re talking near record warmth for this time of year.
Meanwhile, a fast-moving jet stream blowing across the Rockies will cause low pressure to persist along the Front Range, making for gusty southerly winds throughout this weekend in Texoma.
Halloween continues the windy and warm regime, but a pattern change takes place by Tuesday as a surge of low-level moisture moves through. The upper-air flow will also be embedded with several very minor waves, each of which could bring a few showers or storms. This means cloudy and not as warm with a chance of rain mid-week.
Here are the numbers:
Overnight: Mostly clear….Lows 60 to 64
Friday: Mostly sunny, breezy…..Highs mid-80s
Saturday: Mostly sunny, windy…..64/86
Sunday: Sunny, windy…..65/87
Monday: Mostly sunny, windy…..66/86
Tuesday: 20% Showers…..66/81
Wednesday: 30% Showers or storms …64/78
Thursday: 30% Showers or storms …..66/76
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|Lake Texoma Temp||78|
|Grayson County Airport Observed High||86|
|Grayson County Airport Observed Low||62|
|Rain: Sherman-Denison (KXII-TV)||.00"|
|Ardmore Observed Low||60|
|SunRise||October 28, 2016: 7:42 a.m.|
|SunSet||October 28, 2016: 6:38 p.m.|