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7 DAY FORECAST
HOURLY
46
Partly Cloudy
Tuesday-
Mostly Sunny
76
36
%
76
36
Mostly Sunny
Rain%
Wind10mph WNW
Humidity45%
UVLow
Wednesday-
Mostly Sunny
81
43
0%
81
43
Mostly Sunny
Rain0%
Wind10mph WSW
Humidity27%
UVModerate
Thursday-
Partly Cloudy/Wind
72
47
0%
72
47
Partly Cloudy/Wind
Rain0%
Wind25mph SW
Humidity24%
UVModerate
Friday-
Mostly Sunny
53
33
0%
53
33
Mostly Sunny
Rain0%
Wind19mph NW
Humidity29%
UVModerate
Saturday-
Mostly Sunny
53
21
0%
53
21
Mostly Sunny
Rain0%
Wind15mph NE
Humidity33%
UVModerate
Sunday-
Partly Cloudy
65
29
0%
65
29
Partly Cloudy
Rain0%
Wind15mph WSW
Humidity26%
UVModerate
Monday-
Partly Cloudy
70
36
0%
70
36
Partly Cloudy
Rain0%
Wind29mph WSW
Humidity27%
UVModerate
RIGHT NOW
Rain0%
Wind12mph W
Humidity45%
UVLow
Visibility10 miles
47
0%
47
0%
48
0%
48
0%
49
0%
56
0%
62
0%
69
0%
74
0%
76
0%
76
0%
76
0%

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From Storm Search 7 Meteorologist Alyssa Pawlak -


TONIGHT - M. Clear, Calm & Mild

Low: 43

Wind: S/SW 5-15 mph


WEDNESDAY- M. Sunny/Pt. Cloudy w/ Near Record Highs

High: 82 (Current Record: 84 set in 1996)

Wind: SW 5-15 mph AM/ W 10-20 mph PM


WEDNESDAY NIGHT- M. Clear/Pt. Cloudy & Mild

Low: 47

Wind: SW 10-20 mph


THURSDAY- M. Sunny/ Pt. Cloudy w/ High Fire Danger

High: 72

Wind: SW 10-20 mph AM/ W 20-30 mph & Gusty PM!


EXTENDED FORECAST - We just keep getting warmer and by Wednesday afternoon we'll be talking near record highs with temperatures soaring into the low 80s. We'll pull in more cloud cover Thursday with highs remaining unseasonably warm. We'll also see a big increase in wind speeds Thursday afternoon, blowing from the west at 20-30 mph with gusts upwards of 45-50 mph possible. The warm weather, combined with the gusty winds and dry conditions will set the stage for grass fires, so we really need to stay vigilant and pay attention to our actions. Any fire that would spark would have the capability of spreading extremely rapidly. The National Weather Service already has a Fire Weather Watch in place for the entire Texas and Oklahoma Panhandle beginning on Thursday morning. Our next strong cold front will catch up to us by the end of the week. While it won't bring any rain with it, it will drop temperatures by over 20 degrees, bringing highs back to "normal" in the 50s both Friday and Saturday. Temperatures will be on the upswing again by Sunday, returning to the 60s and low 70s.

For more weather information, you can follow me on Twitter at @AlyssaPawlak7 and on Facebook at Storm Search 7 Meteorologist Alyssa Pawlak.

SUNRISE
07:26:06 am
SUNSET
06:35:07 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High84
F
Record Low5
F

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