Agricultural weather indicates a hot forecast for the next few days.
Pollen and allergens are elevated across Texoma. Check this story to find out more.
Temperatures are going to be unusually warm today and hot tomorrow with possible record highs.
The Storm Prediction Center has started using a new and expanded threat level system for severe weather forecasts across the U.S..
Fog Advisories were in effect across the Wheat Belt and the agricultural weather forecast calls for temps in the 90s over the next few days.
Allergies and pollen are bothering many Texoman's this morning find out what is bothering you in this story.
Temperatures are about to sky rocket into the 90s reaching record level on Saturday.
Showers ending by midnight. Heat builds over the next few days.
Here is the active agricultural weather forecast and Wheat Belt Forecast for today.
Pollen across Texoma is elevated across the board so you could be sufferring from any of the pollens or spores.
A chance of showers and thunderstorms today but very warm to hot temperatures likely over the weekend.
Partly cloudy tonight. Rain chances increase Wednesday evening.
Here is the agricultural weather forecast and Wheat Belt Outlook for today.
Allergies are acting up across the board, so if you are suffering you need to read this.
Temperatures are going to remain above normal for the next several days possibly all the way through Halloween.
Ag weather across the Wheat Belt is quiet except for rain showers and thunderstorms along the Trans-Pecos into New Mexico.
Allergies are elevated today and this may be causing you some problems.
Temperatures this week will be above normal with t-storm chances by Wednesday.
New work week begins unusually warm.
A few sprinkles possible this evening in our western counties.