Another Shot of Rain Tuesday Night; A Mild Week Ahead
5:00 Monday 16 January 2017
Look for a mostly clear night ahead; weakening winds and moist ground may generate some fog later tonight and into Tuesday morning, but it should be rather limited. Skies Tuesday should start the day mostly sunny with clouds increasing during the afternoon.
A fast-moving upper low will track across the southern Plains tomorrow and Wednesday, bringing Texoma a quick shot of rain or thunderstorms Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning. Precipitation amounts are expected to be lower than the Sunday night event; on the order of a half inch to perhaps an inch in some spots.
A dry and mild pattern evolves in the wake of this low; temperatures will run 10 to 15 degrees above average for both the maximum and minimum readings. Friday will likely be the warmest day with a gusty southwesterly wind and highs around 70, about 20 degrees above normal.
A deep surface and upper-level system are shown by both the GFS and ECMWF to track in a very similar fashion across Oklahoma Sunday. This will make for windy conditions Sun-Mon with cooler conditions taking shape.
Here are the numbers:
Tonight: Mostly clear….Lows 33 north to 42 southeast
Tuesday: Increasing clouds, 30% rain…..Highs 49 to 54
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy…..43/58
Thursday: Mostly sunny, breezy…..45/66
Friday: Mostly sunny, windy…..50/71
Saturday: Increasing clouds, windy…..48/68
Sunday: 30% Rain, windy and cooler…..46/50
Monday: Mostly sunny, very windy…..39/53
News 12 / Weather Authority
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|Lake Texoma Temp||49|
|Grayson County Airport Observed High||59|
|Grayson County Airport Observed Low||51|
|Rain: Sherman-Denison (KXII-TV)||1.49"|
|Ardmore Observed Low||44|
|SunRise||January 17, 2017: 7:30 a.m.|
|SunSet||January 17, 2017: 5:43 p.m.|