Texoma Forecast

July 25th 2014 10:00 P.M.

Today has been Sunny Hot and Dry … the warmest day the week so far. With South-Southwest Breezes 10-18 mph … afternoon Highs ranged from 91 Antlers, 95 Durant, 98 Sherman up to 100 Duncan.

Overnight … skies will remain Clear with light South- Southeast breezes 2-8 mph. Morning Lows will slowly fall to near 74.

Saturday ... North of the Red River a HEAT ADVISORY will be in effect until 7PM ... Saturday & Sunday … will be …" The Hottest 2 Days of the Week !" Plan on Sunny skies, South-Southwest winds 10-20 mph and Afternoon Highs near 99° Saturday and 101° on Sunday.

Sunday Night into Monday … the Upper Air Winds drive another Cold Front across Texoma … cooling us down. With the Frontal passage we have a chance of some Wee Hour Showers that will end around Sunrise. Morning lows will be near 72.

Monday … we will start off with Morning Clouds … turning Partly Cloudy by afternoon. Behind the Front our winds will swing from West to Northeast throughout the day … as afternoon Highs cool down into the Mid 90°s.

Tuesday … the Front will be Stationary just South of Texoma … our winds will be East 10-15 mph and skies will be Partly Cloudy with Widely Scattered Showers. After morning Lows near 70°s afternoon Highs will struggle to reach 90°.

Wednesday … the Stationary Front drifts north over the Red River … meanwhile an Upper Air Disturbance rolls in from the Northwest providing Lift and turning skies Partly Cloudy and triggering Isolated afternoon Showers and Evening Thunderstorms along and north of the Front and Highs near 85°s.
Overnight into Thursday … the Scattered Showers and Thunderstorms redevelop … as the Upper Air Disturbance moves south over Texoma. We can and we can expect Locally Heavy Downpours and Colder Air and Lows dropping into the upper 60°s.

Thursday … we Showers and Thunderstorms continue … on and off all day as the Upper Air Disturbance drifts southeast across Texoma. Our winds turn East 10-15 mph as we slowly warm up to only 82°s.

Friday … the Cold Front drifts south over DFW and the Rain shifts to our south as well. Texoma skies turn Partly Cloudy, winds swing East-Northeast 5-10 and we warm from a morning Low near 66 to an afternoon High near 87°.

Tomorrow and Sunday …will be Very Hot and Humid … So please pass the word … Do Not Leave Pets or Children in the Car … this Weekend. With Temps near 100°s … Cars will become 125° degree or hotter in less than 10 minutes ... Parked Cars will be Death Traps ! Double Check, so no one is left behind when parking your car.

Tom Hale
News 12 - Your Severe Weather Authority





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  • Lake Texoma Temp: 78
  • Grayson County Airport Observed High: 98
  • Grayson County Airport Observed Low: 74
  • Rain: Sherman-Denison (KXII-TV): 0.00
  • Ardmore High: 98
  • Ardmore Observed Low: 72
  • Rain: Ardmore : 0.00
  • SunRise : July 26, 2014: 6:35 a.m.
  • SunSet: July 25, 2014: 8:31 p.m.
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