Weather Alert for Severe Storms 10PM Monday 25 May 2015
Our Memorial Day Storms are over storms ... But we will still leave in effect the weather alert day for now as we could mainly have to deal with flash flooding issues. Now that the heartier part of this mid-level disturbance is off almost out of our area, later tonight the wind down but not completely stop. Through the night tonight into the morning we will still hold onto a 20% chance for an isolated shower and temperatures will cool to the mid to lower 60s by the morning.
Tomorrow we once again still have a slight risk over the majority of Texoma for severe storms as a shortwave pushes through bringing more showers and storms.
Through the rest of the week we will hold onto the lower chances for Showers and Storms on Wednesday and Thursday, then by Friday and the weekend more Thunderstorms develop ahead of the cold front that will push through dropping temps just a touch to the upper 70s.
Tonight: Lows around 62 with mostly cloudy skies & a 40% chance for a shower/t-storm Tuesday: Partly Cloudy… 62/82 with a 30% chance for showers/t-storms Wednesday: Partly Cloudy… 68/83 with a 20% chance for a pop up shower Thursday: Partly Cloudy… 68/82 with a 30% chance for showers/t-storms Friday: Cloudy… 67/80 with a 40% chance for showers/t-storms Saturday: Mostly Cloudy… 66/79 with a 40% chance for showers/t-storms Sunday: Mostly Cloudy… 64/76 with a 30% chance for showers/t-storms in AM Monday: Partly Cloudy… 65/82
Have a relaxing evening, Tom Hale Weather Authority/News 12
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