Our stormy weather has come to an end and it’s about time for some Sunshine !
Today … morning clouds and drizzle gave way to clearing skies from west to east by afternoon. The cold front that pushed across Texoma is now in South Texas as winds behind the front are blowing in drier air from the Northwest 10-15 mph. So under mostly sunny skies this afternoon highs have struggled to reach 75.
Tonight … skies will be clear with light North breezes. Under starry skies morning low will drop to near 52 with some brief patchy ground fog where winds go calm.
Sunday ... high pressure builds in keeping skies sunny all day. Winds will be from the North-Northeast 10-20 mph. The combination of soggy ground and north breezes will help to keep Texoma cooler with highs near 73.
Overnight into Monday … another upper air disturbance passes over South-Central Texas … but close enough to cause a few non-severe showers and storms into the morning hours.
Monday … the showers will end by noon as winds swing to the North 10-20 mph. Throughout the day Texoma skies will remain mostly cloudy as the upper low exits to our east. Because of the cloud and north winds afternoon highs will only reach 68.
Tuesday … high pressure builds continues to build in as skies turn partly cloudy. With a mixture of clouds and sun winds will be from the North 10-15 mph as afternoon high reach 75.
Wednesday … high pressure and sinking air dominates our weather … causing wall to wall sunny skies. Winds will continue from the North 10-15 mph as highs warm into the upper 70s.
Thursday and Friday … our sunny skies and high pressure continues. Our winds will swing East-Southeast 10-15 mph as we warm up into the 80s.
So start making plans now … for a week without stormy weather and much more sunshine.
Tom Hale Meteorologist News 12 - Your Weather Authority
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