Saturday ... continued to be Damp & Raw, with periods of steady cold rain and North wind gusts reaching 20 mph. By afternoon a wave of light rain will moved through from the west. It was a Breezy and Chilly with Highs in the upper 30s, to near 40.
Overnight into Sunday Morning … the beginning of the third wave of Moderate to Heavy Rain will slowly move into Western Texoma. More localized flooding is likely … so please be careful while driving. Morning Lows will be near 37.
Sunday … after a cold and wet start … expect Showers and Rain to continue throughout the afternoon. Winds will again be from the North 10-20 mph, it will be wind chilly, as Afternoon Highs struggle to reach 43.
Monday … the Showers and Drizzle will taper off by the morning. We will be Cloudy and finally temperatures will warm up into the low 50s. The wind will be lighter from West 10-15 … so it won’t feel as cold.
Tuesday … after morning Lows near 36 … Surface High Pressure will be overhead … causing winds to be light from the North 5-10 mph. Skies will become Partly Cloudy to Mostly Sunny by afternoon as we slowly warm up to near 54.
Wednesday … a reinforcing blast of Cool, Dry Air blows in on North-Northwest winds 10-20 mph. Morning Lows will be near Freezing 32 … and under Mostly Sunny skies Afternoon Highs will be near 56.
Thursday … after another cold morning near 32 degrees … we will warm up fast. Skies will be Sunny, the Air Dry and the Winds Light from the North 5-10 mph. Afternoon Highs will jump 25 degrees to 57.
Friday … the same story … under Sunny skies, we go from a Low of 33 to an Afternoon High of 58. Winds will be swinging Southeast 10-15 mph as our Surface High moves east of Texoma.
Please be safe while driving in the Rain Sunday … Tom Hale Winter Weather Authority/News 12
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