Heavy Rain, Flooding Thanksgiving Night-Friday, Wet and Cold Friday-Saturday Wednesday 25 November 2015 4:40 AM
Ridge of high pressure that has brought us great weather the last few days is moving off to the east this morning. This has allowed for strong south to southeast winds to bring in warm and moist Gulf air into Texoma. A very strong upper level trough of low pressure over the Four-Corners area will trigger scattered drizzle and light showers into Thanksgiving day. Heavy rain is expected to move into Texoma Thursday night into Saturday morning with rain amounts of 3-8 inches possible, thus Flash Flood Watch has been posted for Thursday evening into Saturday morning. A few thunderstorms may form under this system but they will be non-severe, but produce very heavy rain. A cold front push across Texoma early Friday morning with colder temperatures, not freezing so NO Winter Weather. Sunshine returns Monday with dry weather. Enjoy your Thanksgiving but watch out for heavy rainfall and potential flooding.
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