LAWTON, Oklahoma (KSWO) –
Some skies are already beginning to clear across Texoma, although most will continue to be partly cloudy overnight. A spurious shower and storm could develop in far southeastern counties this evening, although most will remain dry this Saturday evening. Winds will be from the northeast at 10-15 mph, with overnight lows between the 40s and 50s.
Sunday will be very similar to today with partly to mostly sunny skies and slightly warmer temperatures in the 70s, but luckily the winds won’t be as strong from the northeast at 10-15 mph. While tomorrow will be dry for most throughout the day, a few light rain showers will start rolling in late overnight through Monday morning across the region.
As the cold front stalls along the Gulf Coast and a large-scale upper-level trough moves in from the west, chances of rain will increase across the southern plains as showers and storms Widespread conditions will be present from Monday morning through late Wednesday, with a possible lull in rain cover on Tuesday morning. Any serious threat appears to remain low, although heavy rain and damaging winds will pose some concern with these storms as rainfall totals could range between 1-2″. Temperatures will remain below average in the 70s through midweek, before a ridge of high pressure moves in late next week to warm temperatures into the 80s and 90s heading into this weekend. -end.
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