Today … morning skies were Cloudy, near Calm and Cool as Lows dropped to near 41. Throughout the day we will have very light Southeast breezes 5-10 making it hard to break up and burn off the Low Clouds. By late afternoon the ceiling of overcast skies had lifted to 1500 feet with no breaks in the cloud cover. Cloudy skies have kept our Afternoon Highs cool with Ada 43, Madill 45, Sherman 46 and Paris 48.
Overnight … the Low Clouds return with Fog, patchy Dense Fog, Drizzle … and light and humid South breezes 5-12 mph … with Morning lows near 40.
Sunday … the last day of “Fall 2014” … South winds pick up 10-20 mph. Skies start to clear a bit by late Afternoon from Mostly to Partly Cloudy as Highs warm to 53. Then at 5:03 pm CST … “Winter 2014 /15” officially begins !
Overnight into Monday … a weak upper air Trough passes overhead … increasing our South winds 15-20 mph … and warming morning Lows near 44.
Monday … our skies will start off Partly Cloudy and become Mostly Sunny by Noon. Winds will increase and swing to the Southwest 20-30 mph in advance of our next Cold Front. This will be one of the warmest days of the week with Highs near 64.
Today, Cloudy & Cool, High 51, SE 5-10
Tonight, Increasing Clouds, Fog & Drizzle, Low 40, S 10-15
Sunday, AM Fog then Low Mostly Cloudy skies, High 53, S 10-20
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