There is a chance of very isolated thunderstorms this afternoon and if they form they could be severe.
Patchy fog possible overnight. Monday will be warm and breezy with high fire danger out west. There is a chance for strong to severe storms Tuesday and Wednesday.
Showers with one or two rumbles of thunder possible midnight to noon Easter Sunday.
It will be a very windy day across Texoma with winds up to 50mph.
It's going to be a HOT day in Texoma with the slimmest chance of an isolated thunderstorm in our eastern counties.
Today in Texoma will bring a mix of clouds and sun, some thunderstorms and a few strong thunderstorms.
There is a SLIGHT risk of severe thunderstorms this afternoon and evening.
It will be another beautiful day across Texoma on this final Monday in March and then a chance of isolated strong to severe thunderstorms on Tue/Wed.
Partly cloudy and mild Monday. Rain chances increase Monday night through Tuesday.
Beautiful weather continues into Sunday. A weak cold front arrives Sunday evening. Rain chances increase Monday night.
A few clouds will skirt off to the northeast of Texoma this morning and then full sun and warmth will dominate the weekend weather.
The Storm Prediction Center has started using a new and expanded threat level system for severe weather forecasts across the U.S..
Here is your morning weather forecast for Texoma over the next seven days.
There is a slight risk for severe storms this afternoon across Texoma. Storms are expected to develop after 3 PM north of the Red River. After 5 PM south of the Red River. Large hail and high winds will be the main concern.
It will be a very active 24 hours in Texoma with severe thunderstorms, high winds to 55mph and extreme wildfire threat all possible around the region.