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.
El Reno school officials say underground storm shelters at all the schools, but one, should be ready to go by next week.
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.
Here is your agricultural weather forecast for the next three days in Texoma and the Wheat Belt forecast.
Here is your five day Texoma allergy forecast.
It's going to be a warm, windy and low humidity day followed by chances of strong to severe t-storms tomorrow.
It will be very springlike this week with high temperatures, fire danger and isolated strong to severe storms.
A look at rainfall from late Saturday, March 21 through Sunday morning March 22, 2015.
Partly cloudy and cool Sunday night. 80s are expected to begin the work week.
Scattered showers likely overnight mainly along and south of the Red River. Details in the link above.
Millions of Americans are digging out from snow on this, the first day of spring.
Here is your morning weather forecast for the next seven days in Texoma.
Kevin and his weather wizards discuss hail sizes.
Thunderstorms appear likely around and after 6 PM today. One or two storms approaching severe limits can not be ruled out.
There's a MARGINAL risk of a few strong to severe thunderstorms today.