The Wheat Belt Forecast is quiet as is the Texoma forecast.
The forecast is wonderful as sunshine should fill the sky with just a few clouds each day through the upcoming weekend.
The agricultural weather forecast is quiet across the Great Plains, details here.
Sunny skies will dominate the forecast for the next few days.
Strong northwest winds will calm after midnight. Light sprinkles possible before sunrise Monday.
Clearing skies overnight with patchy, dense fog developing by Sunday morning.
Rain is likely today but should end by the time of the parade tonight and then quiet and mild.
Rain is the focus of this forecast with a secondary focus on the chances of isolated strong to severe thunderstorms.
Rain and thunderstorms are likely tonight and Saturday. A few severe thunderstorms are possible tonight and Saturday as well.
Skip gives his last forecast during the 6 pm newscast on November 20th, 2014.
Rain chance increases Friday night and Saturday
The agricultural weather forecast reflects a quiet Great Plains today.
Your allergies could be worked up due to weed pollen.
It will be a gorgeous Thursday (or what we like to call Friday Eve) in Texoma but tomorrow will bring a risk of SEVERE weather.
The agricultural weather forecast is quiet for today but becomes more active on Friday.
Allergy activity bounces back to be active in Texoma.
Temperatures are moderating as the days go by and now we have a SLIGHT RISK of severe weather on Friday.
November 16, 2014
Another surge of cold air arrives Sunday morning with the chance for light snow.