Very heavy rainfall is expected in several waves, early Friday morning, again Friday evening/night, and a final round during the day Saturday. Storm totals to 8 inches are possible.
Flash Flood Watches are in effect. Very heavy precipitation is expected in several waves through Saturday, with storm total rainfalls as high as 8 inches over eastern and southern sections. Turn around, don't drown!
Continued rain into our shopping weekend 5:00 a.m. Friday 27 November 2015
Rain with non-severe embedded t-storms will continue through the day and our weekend. A flash flood watch is currently in effect as we could see up to 8 inches of rainfall once the rain is all wrapped up by Sunday. It is also a weather alert day, not only are the high rainfall amounts a concern as they could lead to flooding issues, but it will be windy too with gusts reaching 30mph. Be cautious on roads as puddling can become a problem leading to hydroplaning, and of course if a road is completely covered in water, turn around don’t drown! A cold front is just about half way through Texoma, dropping temperatures behind it in the 40s, while still ahead of the front temperatures are in the upper 60s. This will bring in more rain with thunderstorms that contain heavier rainfall, and will also drop temperatures through the day today into Saturday. So pretty much our high temperatures were right after midnight before the colder air starts to filter in. By this afternoon most of us will be pushing the low 40s. It will continue to cool into Saturday and we need to watch temperatures as northwest Texoma can tease the freezing line which with the continued rain can bring in moments of mixed precipitation including freezing rain and sleet. Once we get to Monday the rain will taper off by the morning and finally temperatures will warm up into the low 50s, then sunshine all up to Thursday.
Tonight: Lows around 35 with cloudy skies showers/small t-storms Saturday: Cloudy… 35/39 with a 90% chance for showers/t-storms Sunday: Cloudy… 37/45 with a 90% chance for showers/t-storms Monday: Mostly Cloudy… 38/51 with a 20% chance for sct. showers in the morning Tuesday: Mostly Sunny… 34/52 Wednesday: Mostly Sunny… 36/55 Thursday: Mostly Sunny… 36/52
Be safe for the shopping weekend, Wava Denito Weather Authority/News 12
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