Heaviest Rainfall West; Nice Weekend Expected
5:00 pm Mon 25 September 2017
It looks like Texoma will be in for a wide range of rainfall amounts over the next couple of days; an upper high over southeastern Texas is hindering the eastern movement of a deep trough to our west.
While all of Texoma has the potential for getting some rain through Thursday, western areas could get two to three inches while Paris, Hugo and Antlers will probably get less than a half inch out of the whole deal. Severe weather is unlikely, but lightning is always a danger in thunderstorms and we will see some of that along with locally heavy downpours.
The trough lifts north and weakens as the upper high remains entrenched over Texas, ending the chance of rain by some time Thursday. Meanwhile, at the surface, a cold front passes through on Tuesday making for an end to the unseasonably hot weather of the past 10 days. Clouds thin out as we head into the weekend with lows in the 50s/60s and highs around 80. Given the fairly low relative humidity accompanying this forecast, the weekend ahead looks very nice indeed!
Warmer weather returns next week thanks to an unseasonably strong upper high.
Here are the numbers:
Tonight: 60% Rain west to mostly cloudy east…Lows 64 to 70
Tuesday: 40% Showers or thunderstorms…..Highs 81 north to 90 southeast
Wednesday: 40% Showers or thunderstorms …..66/80
Thursday: 30% Showers…..63/78
Friday: Decreasing clouds…..62/81
Saturday: Mostly sunny…..59/81
Sunday: Mostly sunny…..61/84
Monday: Mostly sunny, windy…..64/88
News 12 / Weather Authority
|Lake Texoma Temp||80|
|Grayson County Airport Observed High||88|
|Grayson County Airport Observed Low||71|
|Rain: Sherman-Denison (NTRA)||0.00|
|Ardmore Observed Low||70|
|SunRise||September 26, 2017: 7:17 a.m.|
|SunSet||September 26, 2017: 7:17 p.m.|