A Winter Weather Advisory … has been Extended until 6 A.M. Sunday Morning … for all of Texoma in Oklahoma and until Midnight for Montague, Cooke Counties in Texas. Expect Patches Light Freezing Rain and Drizzle … So you need to be Weather Alert Tonight … as Roads, Bridges and Walkways will be Slick with and ICY GLAZE !
Saturday …Texoma Roads were Treacherous as Afternoon Highs remained Below Freezing all day. The morning started with over an Inch of Snow, Sleet and Light Snow Grains. By Noon Patchy Freezing Rain moved north into Texoma turning roads into a Giant Slushy Mess.
Overnight into Sunday … with Below Freezing Temperatures combined Freezing Drizzle … an ICY GLAZE will form …making Travel Hazardous for both Pedestrians and Motorist alike ! With light East-Northeast breezes 5-10 mph ... a deep layer of Moisture Rich Air overhead … we will have Low Clouds, Freezing Mist and Drizzle … as Temperatures remain at or below freezing … from 26 to 32.
Sunday … we Warm Up … and turn Rainy with Overcast skies. Our Rain is thanks to steady South winds Aloft Pumping Oodles of Gulf Moisture across Texoma’s Cool Air at the Surface. Our surface winds will be North-Northeast 10-15 and Afternoon Highs will be push Above Freezing to near 40 … as roads start to thaw.
Monday … after morning Lows near 33 … our winds swing East-Southeast 10-15 mph and Gulf Moisture increases triggering even more Showers and Rain … with the heaviest downpours falling East of Hwy 75. Again Afternoon Highs will struggle to reach 50 degrees and with the rain it will feel cooler.
Overnight into Tuesday morning … our winds swing South 15-25 mph … full of more warm Gulf Moisture. Morning Lows will be the warmest in a week near 45.
Tuesday … ahead of our next Cold Front … our warm up continues with Highs near 67. Throughout the day we will have Gusty Winds, South 25-35 mph … Cloudy to Mostly Cloudy skies with Showers and Thunderstorms, locally heavy at times.
Overnight into Wednesday … the Cold Front blows through. Winds turn North 15-25 mph and morning Lows drop back to near 33 degrees.
Wednesday … since our Texoma Soil will be saturated from Days of Rain … the North winds 20-30 mph combined with the Cold Air behind the Front … will Lift the relatively warmer Moist Air at the Surface … causing it to Cool and Condense into a Low Deck of Overcast skies with Light Rain. Afternoon Highs will again struggle to reach 40 degrees. It will be a Cold, Raw Day feeling like the 30s and Damp.
Thursday … morning skies will be Mostly Clear and morning Lows drop to near 25. Winds will continue from the North 10-20 mph with Afternoon Highs warming to near 48.
Friday … another cold start near 27 degrees. Our winds swing to the South-Southwest 10-15 mph … under Sunny skies as we warm near 53.
Today and Tonight … Plan on ICY Roads … So please drive with care … and you can help us Keep Texomans Safe … If your see Accidents and Dangerous Icy Conditions … Please Call us at 903-892-NEWS (6397) or email us at News12@kxii.com and Weather@kxii.com .
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