A WIND ADVISORY is in effect from Noon to Early Evening. A Cold Front is blowing through switching our winds to the Northwest 20-35 mph with Gusts to 45 mph.
Today … we start off with Clearing skies and Breezes from the South 7-15 mph. Then this Afternoon between 3 to 6 pm … a Cold Front blew through Texoma … with gusty West-Northwest winds 20-35 mph. Ahead of today’s Front … Dry Air and Southwest Winds warmed us, very fast, into the Upper-60s to Mid-70s under Sunny skies. Behind the Front High winds are make the warm air “feel a bit wind chill” as a few Clouds roll in with the Front.
Tonight … we will have Mostly Clear skies West-Northwest winds 15-20 mph … as even Cooler, Dry Air pours in … and temperatures tumble to near 40 for morning Lows.
Monday ... under Sunny skies the Cool Down continues. Winds will remain from the Northwest 15-25 mph … as afternoon Highs drop to near 62.
Tuesday … with High Pressure over the Great Plains our skies continue Blue, Clear and Mostly Sunny with West-Northwest winds 10-15 mph. After morning Lows near 35 … afternoon Highs will warm to near 55.
Tuesday Night into Wednesday … another Dry Cold Front pushes across Texoma swinging our winds to the North … with morning Lows again near 37 degrees.
Wednesday, Thanksgiving Eve … more Sunny Blue skies … Breezy with South Winds switching to North 15-25 mph and afternoon Highs near 63.
Thursday, Thanksgiving Day … starts off with morning Lows near 39 … Sunny skies and Southwest winds 15-25 mph. A perfect day to spend with family indoors or outdoors ! By afternoon Highs will be pushing 65 degrees … great for working off Dinner with some outdoor games.
Overnight into Friday morning … we will have a Clear, Calm and Cold night with morning Lows near 41.
Friday … Our winds will turn Southwest 15-20 mph … as we warm to near 66 under Sunny skies.
Saturday ... after morning Lows near 42 ... we turn Partly Cloudy our winds swing South 10-20 mph and we are just a tad cooler with Highs near 63.
After Today's Very High Winds we have a week of Great Fall Weather to Give Thanks for.
- TULSA, Okla. (AP) - The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory through late Wednesday for much of the state as stifling heat and humidity continue to affect Oklahoma this week.
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