Day Planner — Monday, December 13
A chilly start to the week Monday, with low temperatures in the upper 30s for a majority of Texoma, with a few pockets of air closer to freezing. Winds out of the south will add an additional chill to the air and will remain out of the south during the afternoon.
The breeze will feel much more pleasant Monday afternoon as highs will reach up to 70°. Though temperatures will be unseasonably warm, an increase in humidity will keep the risk of fire danger low.
Sunny skies for Texoma through Monday afternoon and into the evening hours. Clouds begin to move in from the west Monday night. The increase in clouds and upper-level western breeze will keep us a bit warmer overnight. Lows will be in the lower 50s.
Even with increased cloud cover, our temperatures will continue to climb for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Near-record heat for the middle of our week. We will have a few isolated showers popping up during the day Wednesday ahead of a cold front.
The expected cold front will arrive in Texoma by Wednesday night dropping our highs back into the 60s. A second cold front will arrive Friday, bringing with it high temperatures in the mid-40s, lows near or below freezing, and an even better chance for rain, possibly a wintry mix.