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We had our first wave of showers and strong t-storms push through this morning and the last of it is just now off to the east. There is another round of strong to possible severe storms on the way and it looks like it will be here in the later afternoon to evening hours and continue into the late night. It is now a weather alert day as the primary threats include heavy rainfall leading to flooding issues, large hail, damaging winds, and an isolated tornado is a very low chance out west but not eliminated. Chances today sit at 50% and temperatures will still warm into the lower 80s with winds from the south up to 15mph. Overnight into Friday, rain chances increase as the upper level trough gets closer and starts to lift. This boosts up chances to 70% for showers and storms, and so far Texoma is just under a marginal risk for stronger t-storms tomorrow. We have to watch out for heavy rainfall tomorrow as this could cause more flooding issues in poor drainage areas. We carry higher rain chances into Saturday and we start to cool down a little bit as we will see the cold front push through by Saturday evening. This cold front will actually help us out with our rain issues as it reduces it to Sunday at a 20% chance for a popup shower, and finally by Monday it looks like we won’t have any showers to deal with up to Wednesday. Over the weekend from the rain and the front temps will linger into the upper 70s but we will warm back up fairly quickly by the work week.

Tonight: Lows around 68 with mostly cloudy skies & a 50% chance for showers/t-storms
Friday: Cloudy… 68/80 with a 70% chance for showers/t-storms
Saturday: Mostly Cloudy… 66/77 with a 70% chance for showers/t-storms
Sunday: Partly Cloudy… 61/77 with a 20% chance for sct. showers/t-storms
Monday: Partly Cloudy… 60/81
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny… 65/85
Wednesday: Mostly Sunny… 68/86

Don’t wash away today,
Wava Denito
Weather Authority/News 12

74 combined years of fish, game and bird activity times from DataSport

ATLANTA, Ga. -- Cut the lawn or go fishing? Paint the bedroom or get that turkey you wanted? You can do both if you pick the right time for each and the 2015 editions of The DataSport Fish & Game Forecaster and Doug Hannon’s Moon Clock calculator are here to help spring anglers, hunters and birders find the best time to have success.

The company has also released the popular apps FishCast and HuntCast 2015 using activity times from The Forecaster and HuntTimes and FishTimes 2015, using peak times from The Moon Clock. Newly designed for the 2015 hunting, fishing and birding season, both Apple and Android apps boast three elements: 1) Peak activity periods for an extended season through January of 2016; 2) Weather and Sunrise/Sunset times for any place in the world and 3) On smartphones only, a flashlight that helps you find your way to the boat or blind in the dark.

“Everyone knows that the best time to go fishing and hunting is whenever you can get the time,” said John Lehman, DataSport, Inc.’s President, “but very few of us have that luxury. So we count on these great products to help us choose the times that we’re more likely to catch fish or see birds, game or any kind of wildlife.”

Finding the best weeks for your fishing or hunting trip is another way in which The Fish & Game Forecaster book and Hannon’s Moon Clock and their respective apps can be of assistance. The theory is that most successful outdoor experiences have been proven to occur during periods of peak activity. We can predict when these periods of peak activity will occur by understanding the effects of the sun and moon on the earth and how these relational movements affect living things. If you could only hunt or fish one day of the week or month for a short period of time, wouldn’t you want to go during a predicted peak of activity?

The Forecaster book also includes 100 log pages to keep track of your success as well as moon phases and apogee/perigee data. DataSport’s website www.moontimes.com is the place to order The Fish & Game Forecaster and Hannon’s Moon Clock for 2015 as well as find links to the App Store and Google Play marketplace for their apps.

Remember: Pick your times. Peak times...in the woods or at the lake. Other times...work!
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