Continued chances for rain with the heat slowly returning
9:00 p.m. Wednesday 27 July 2016
The remainder of the evening is a weather aware evening for the potential for more scattered showers and storms. This is pretty similar to what we encountered yesterday as the rain came through it helped cool down temperatures for a period of time and this will remain scattered. The main focuses on these thunderstorms are the locally heavy rainfall that can lead to flooding in areas of poor drainage, and the stronger gusting winds. Into the evening, we will hold onto a 40% chance for scattered showers/t-storms and temperatures will range in the 80s. Starting off Thursday morning, rain chances will have reduced to 30% and lows will sit in the lower to mid 70s. Thursday afternoon will be slightly hotter with highs reaching the lower to mid 90s and the heat index pushing over 100 again. We will have partly cloudy skies too with winds staying at a lower breeze up to 15mph from the south. The disturbance will continue to linger for our rain possibilities, but will slowly decline as we approach the weekend. Saturday and Sunday have a 20% to 10% chance for scattered showers and in exchange for the reduced rain chances the sun becomes more prominent now and high temperatures start to get hot again. By Sunday we will be sitting in the upper 90s and by next week the rain chances are done with for a bit and highs will be inching closer to the triple digit mark again.
Tonight: Lows around 74 with mostly cloudy skies and rain chances going until midnight. After into the morning we will have a 30% chance for sct. showers/t-storms
Thursday: Partly Cloudy… 74/94 with a 30% chance for showers/t-storms
Friday: Mostly Sunny… 74/95 with a 30% chance for sct. showers/t-storms
Saturday: Mostly Sunny… 74/96 with a 20% chance for sct. showers
Sunday: Sunny… 76/97 with a 10% chance for a few pop up showers in the morning
Monday: Sunny… 76/97
Tuesday: Sunny… 77/98
Wednesday: Sunny… 78/99
Have a great night!
Weather Authority/News 12
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|Lake Texoma Temp||84|
|Grayson County Airport Observed High||97|
|Grayson County Airport Observed Low||77|
|Rain: Sherman-Denison (KXII)||0.00|
|Ardmore Observed Low||74|
|SunRise||July 26, 2016: 6:35 a.m.|
|SunSet||July 26, 2016: 8:31 p.m.|