You knew it is going to be a Very Hot Sunday when morning Lows are near 80°s.
This Sunday Afternoon … just ahead of the Cold Front rolling through Texoma Temperatures are Spiking 2°- 4° degrees ...pushing Highs from 99° in 20 minutes to 103°s. This is called Compression Heating just as the Front passes. Sunny skies have turned to Partly Cloudy with South-Southwest winds 10-20 mph becoming Light and Variable.
Sunday Night into Monday … the Upper Air Winds drive “another” summertime Cold Front across Texoma … cooling us down. With the Frontal passage we will have some Showers and Isolated Downpours that will end mid morning. Winds will Swing to the Northeast 10-15 mph with Morning lows will be near 72.
Monday … we will start off with Morning Clouds … turning Partly Cloudy by afternoon. Behind the Front our winds will swing to the Northeast throughout the day … as afternoon Highs cool down to near 94°.
Tuesday … a nice day … the Front will be Stationary just South of Texoma … our winds will be East 10-15 mph with Partly Cloudy skies. After morning Lows near 68° … afternoon Highs will struggle to reach 90°.
Wednesday … the Stationary Front drifts north over the Red River … meanwhile an Upper Air Disturbance rolls in from the Northwest providing Lift … turning skies Partly Cloudy and triggering Isolated Afternoon Showers along and north of the Front … and cooler Highs near 87°s.
Overnight into Thursday … the Scattered Showers and Thunderstorms develop … as the Upper Air Disturbance moves south over Texoma. We can and we can expect Locally Heavy Downpours and Colder Air with Lows dropping into the upper 60°s.
Thursday … Plan for a Stormy Day …with on and off Showers and Thunderstorms all day …as the Upper Air Disturbance drifts southeast across Texoma. Rainfall totals from ½” to 1 ½” will be possible. Our winds turn East-Southeast 10-20 mph as we slowly warm up to only 82°s.
Friday … the Cold Front drifts back south over DFW … and the Rain shifts to our south as well. Texoma skies turn Partly Cloudy, winds swing East-Northeast 5-10, behind the Front … and we warm from a morning Low near 66 to an afternoon High near 84°.
Have a Great Cool and Rainy Week ! Tom Hale News 12 - Your Severe Weather Authority
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