Texoma Forecast

January 31, 2015 11:30 a.m.

Dry Air at the Surface will delay our rain today. Through early Afternoon Virga, rain that is evaporating before it reaches the ground will fall robbing heat from the air. Afternoon Highs will struggle to 50 degrees. Winds today will continue to stream Gulf Moisture form the South/Southeast 10-20 mph. Then by Late Afternoon as the air becomes saturated and Cloud Ceilings Lower … the Virga will change to Drizzle and Light Rain.

Tonight & Overnight … Steady Cold Rain and Showers will move in from the west and continue through morning. Winds will switch to the Southwest 15-30 mph during the Wee Hours as a line of Heavy Rain and Isolated Thunderstorms Develop. None of this will be severe … so plan to sleep right through it. Morning Lows will be near 43.

Sunday … a Cold Front Blows through Texoma early mid-morning as the Rain ends and Cloudy skies remain. The brisk North winds 20-30 mph will make it feel like the 30s and low 40s all day. By late afternoon skies will slowly start to Clear … as the Actual High Temperature warms to near 50.

Overnight into Monday … with Clear skies and Near Calm winds and of course Dry Air … morning Lows will drop into the Mid to Upper 20s … the coldest morning of the week.

Monday … after a cold start … with Sunny skies and Dry Air temperatures will steadly warm up. Our winds from the North 10-15 mph will be the limiting factor to our Afternoon Highs as we top out in the Mid 40s, near 45.

Tuesday … another cold morning near 31 degrees … but under Mostly Sunny skies a much warmer afternoon. Winds throughout the day will gust from the South 15-25 mph ... in advance of our next Cold Front. It will be a nice day with Afternoon Highs near 45.

Wednesday … with South winds and Partly Cloudy skies … Morning Lows will be a tad warmer near 38. Then mid-morning the Cold Front arrives switching our winds to the East 10-15 mph … with Low Pressure to our South and High Pressure to our North. By late Afternoon skies will become Mostly Cloudy with as Highs will cap out near 54.

Wednesday night into Thursday … an Upper Trough swings overhead providing lift and triggering Low Clouds, Showers and Cold Rain. Winds will Swing to the Northeast 10-20 mpg as morning Lows drop to 34, just above freezing.

Thursday … the Rain will end by Midday from the Northwest to Southeast as skies remain Cloudy. Winds throughout the day will blow from the North 10-20 mph. It will be a Chilly, Cold, and Cloudy Day as Afternoon Highs struggle to reach 41 degrees.

Overnight into Friday … with High pressure passing overhead Skies become Mostly Clear with light East breezes as Temps Fall to near 30.

Friday … with the High Pressure centered to our East … Texoma winds will swing to the South increasing to 10-20 mph. Skies will be Mostly Sunny and we will; warm back up to near 53.

While we need the rain the Rain this weekend will not be a washout. With the bulk of the Rain falling overnight we will have plenty of time to get things done outdoors between the raindrops.

Tom Hale
News 12 - Your Winter Weather Authority.





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  • Lake Texoma Temp: 45 (est.)
  • Grayson County Airport Observed High: 55
  • Grayson County Airport Observed Low: 43
  • Rain: Sherman-Denison (KXII-TV): 0.00
  • Ardmore High: 55
  • Ardmore Observed Low: 43
  • Rain: Ardmore : 0.00
  • SunRise : February 1, 2015: 7:23 a.m.
  • SunSet: January 31, 2015: 5:57 p.m.
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