More Fog, More Showers...

We still have shower & thunderstorm chances for Saturday & Tuesday mornings.
KXII Weather Authority Forecast
KXII Weather Authority Forecast(KXII)
Published: Jan. 24, 2021 at 10:06 AM CST|Updated: 1 hour ago
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Good Thursday morning Texoma! Surprise, we’re off to another foggy & showery start as our cold front continues to wobble back and forth through the area. A Dense Fog Advisory remains in place through the morning hours; you know the drill by now! We have seen a few showers and thunderstorms across our northwestern counties as well. Long story short, give yourself plenty of extra time on the roadways as you head out.

Showers will slowly taper through the day, with our fog also slowly lifting. Temperature-wise, we’re expecting fairly mild conditions to remain in place, with highs in the 60′s expected.

Friday is expected to be on the drier side, with more clouds than sunshine. Temperatures will remain above normal, with highs in the 60′s.

Another front rolls into Texoma for Saturday morning, bringing another round of showers and thunderstorms. No severe weather is expected, but times of heavy rain will be possible. Sunday is expected to be dry as of now.

Attention then turns to our next system which will roll in for Monday night into Tuesday. This system appears to have impressive dynamics and ingredients for this time of year to warrant an elevated risk of severe weather. All of Texoma remains under the elevated risk (Storm Prediction Center has outlined us under a Slight this far out). Be sure to stay updated with the latest forecast, as details are still being fine-tuned.

Cooler, drier air looks to fill into the area for the second half of next week.

Brian Briggs

Morning Meteorologist

News 12 / KXII-TV