Severe Storms Possible Tonight, More Severe Weather Tuesday

Warm, muggy & windy leading up to our next cold front.
KXII Weather Authority
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Published: Jan. 24, 2021 at 10:06 AM CST|Updated: 1 hour ago
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We’re starting off our day on a warm, muggy and breezy note, especially for this time of year. Most of our Sunday is going to feel like a late September day with highs in the mid to upper 80′s. We will have some clouds from time to time and a strong southerly wind at 20-30. Our next chance for showers and storms comes in later tonight along a cold front.

The higher risk of severe storms continues to shift north and east of Texoma, which is resulting in lower severe probabilities overall. The best chance for severe storms for Texoma is for Pushmataha, Choctaw, Lamar, Coal, Atoka, Bryan and Fannin counties. The risk decreases further west, with locations west of I-35 now out of the risk all together. Storms are expected to develop later Sunday evening, pushing south and east. Damaging winds will be the primary threat, but some hail to quarters and an isolated tornado remain possible.

The more potent round of severe weather moves in later Tuesday into Wednesday. All modes of severe weather (damaging winds, hail, isolated tornadoes) still remain possible for the entire area.

Once this round of severe storms moves out, we dry out and cool down into Halloween weekend.

Here’s the seven day:

Sunday: Partly cloudy, windy, 30% late-day showers or storms, severe possible

Monday: Mostly sunny

Tuesday: Partly cloudy and windy, 60% overnight storms, severe possible

Wednesday: 40% Showers/storms early, severe possible

Thursday: Sunny, Cool

Friday: Sunny, Cool

Saturday: Sunny, Cool

Sunday: Sunny, Cool

Brian Briggs