Rain Chances High Thursday; Dry and Pleasant for the Weekend
5:00 p.m. Wednesday 31 August 2016
Your August ending on a seasonably hot note; today‘s highs ran within a few degrees of normal. Thunderstorms today will once again end around sunset, but some could re-develop late tonight as a mid-level trough approaches from the north.
A surface cold frontal boundary moves southward Thursday/Thursday night with the best probability for storms we’ll see through the middle of next week.
We should enjoy some really fine early September weather over the Labor Day Holiday weekend thanks to this system. A batch of dry and fairly mild air associated with a large surface high moves southward out of Canada behind the front, offering a stable air mass for the Holiday weekend. It looks like really outdoor friendly conditions!
Surface winds will run north/northeast behind the front on Thursday/Friday but return to the south by Sunday. This signals a humid air mass returning by Labor Day. The surface pressure field will also tighten up, so we’re talking fairly windy by Monday.
Here are the numbers:
Overnight: 30% Storms….Lows low 70s
Thursday: 60% Thunderstorms…..Highs 82 north to 90 south
Friday: Decreasing clouds…..68/88
Saturday: Sunny …..62/90
Sunday: Sunny ….65/92
Monday: Mostly sunny, windy…..70/93
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, windy ….74/93
Wednesday: Sunny, windy and hot …..75/94
News 12 / Weather Authority
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|Lake Texoma Temp||84|
|Grayson County Airport Observed High||93|
|Grayson County Airport Observed Low||73|
|Rain: Sherman-Denison (KXII-TV)||0.00"|
|Ardmore Observed Low||71|
|SunRise||September 1, 2016: 7:01 a.m.|
|SunSet||September 1, 2016: 7:51 p.m.|