Some Severe Storms, Then Gusty Winds... With More Storms Sunday

Saturday is looking like a 10/10!
KXII Weather Authority Forecast
KXII Weather Authority Forecast(KXII)
Published: Jan. 24, 2021 at 10:06 AM CST|Updated: 4 hours ago
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Today begins day 1 of 2 of low severe storm potential across Texoma. A handful of isolated storms could develop during the afternoon & evening, posing a risk of large hail, damaging winds & an isolated tornado. Most of Texoma remains dry.

We get a break during the overnight, with another severe potential developing for Friday across mainly Pushmataha, Choctaw & Lamar counties. Storms once again will capable of producing large hail, damaging winds and an isolated tornado. This threat moves east of Texoma by the early afternoon hours.

It is replaced by plenty of sunshine & gusty west & southwesterly winds; we could see wind gusts to 50 MPH at times.

Beautiful conditions move in for Saturday, with more sunshine than clouds and highs in the lower 70′s. Winds will also remain calm, so enjoy! Scattered storms could return heading into Sunday afternoon & evening, followed by a toasty start to next work week. There is a chance we could be nearing 90 degrees for a high!

Brian Briggs

Morning Meteorologist

News 12 / KXII-TV