Texoma Forecast

Approaching system for Easter Sunday
10:00 p.m. Saturday 19 April 2014

We wind down a beautiful Saturday and get ready for the possible change ahead of us for the holiday. Clouds begin to develop with approaching upper level disturbance, leaving us with mostly cloudy skies tonight and overnight into tomorrow morning. As the disturbance migrates eastward, we will wake up on our Easter morning with cloudy skies and a slight chance for a few scattered showers, right now just sitting at a 20% chance. As we go through the afternoon hours, rain possibilities will increase to 30-40% and showers with embedded thunderstorms are possible. Mention of severe weather is currently at a very, and I mean very, slight chance with these thunderstorms we could see. The severeness of the system will be far off to our southwest and won’t impose on us until late Sunday night into early Monday morning in which still most of the severe chance will be driven to our south. Temperatures will be climbing into the upper 70s tomorrow and Monday, and as we approach Tuesday our next front will push through directing our winds from the north for the day, then recovering on Wednesday back from the southeast. We will continue to warm up into the lower 80s by Wednesday, then Thursday we jump back up to a chance for showers and possible thunderstorms.
For the kiddos in the morning, might get away with the Easter egg hunt, and if a shower pops up it shouldn’t be long lasting. Highs will warm into the upper 70s and winds will be from the south up to 20mph.

Tonight: Low around 56 with mostly cloudy skies and 20% chance for showers/t-storms
Easter: Cloudy… 56/76 with 40% chance for showers/t-storms (heavier chance in late afternoon with very slight possibility for severe storms)
Monday: Mostly Cloudy… 58/77 with 40% chance for showers/t-storms (slight chance to be severe)
Tuesday: Sunny… 56/79
Wednesday: Mostly Sunny… 55/81
Thursday: Partly Cloudy… 60/82 with 30% chance for scattered showers/t-storms
Friday: Mostly Sunny… 60/81
Saturday: Mostly Sunny… 57/82

Have a wonderful Easter tomorrow!
Wava Denito
Weather Authority/News 12




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  • SunRise : April 19, 2014: 6:51 a.m.
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