Front Arrives Thursday; Rain Potential Thu Night-Friday Wednesday 29 July 2015 Noon
The upper level high pressure system that has dominated our weather will start to move off to the west today as an upper level low pressure wave builds to our east. As the upper level trough moves to the east it will allow a weak cooler front to move south across the Central and Southern Plains. The front should bring a few scattered showers and a few thunderstorms to the area. Temperatures will cool down slightly but will warm back up next week as the high pressure system builds back over Texoma.
Heat Advisory with heat index near 105 Forecast: Today, sunny, high 98, Heat index 105, S. 5-15 Tonight, mostly clear, low 75, SE 3-7 Thursday, partly cloudy, high 97, 20% afternoon showers/t-storms, SE/NE 5-15 Friday, partly cloudy, 30% showers/t-storms, 74/92 Saturday, mostly sunny, 71/96 Sunday, mostly sunny, 72/97 Monday, sunny, 72/98 Tuesday, sunny, 74/98
Tom Miller Meteorologist News 12 / Weather Authority
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