From Storm Search 7 Chief Meteorologist Steve Kersh -
TONIGHT - M. Clear, Breezy & Cool
Wind: S 15-25 mph
MONDAY- M. Sunny, Breezy & Very Warm
Wind: S 15-25 mph AM / SW 15-25 mph PM
MONDAY NIGHT - M.Clear, Breezy & Cool
Wind: SW 15-25 mph
TUESDAY - Pt. Cloudy, WINDY & Very Warm!
Wind: SW 15-25 mph and gusty AM / W 20-30 mph and gusty PM!
EXTENDED FORECAST - Wednesday is going to be a much cooler day as a Canadian cold front blows through during the morning hours and drops our high temperatures about 15 degrees to the mid 60s by late day. There's also a chance of isolated showers and a few thunderstorms with the best rain chances in the OK Panhandle and N TX Panhandle Wednesday morning. We will start to warm up on Thursday & Friday with isolated afternoon showers and t-storms and highs in the upper 70s to around 80 degrees. A Pacific cold front will blow through Friday night and early Saturday and drop our highs about 5 degrees to around 74 on Saturday with isolated late day showers and t-storms. Then, it turns MUCH colder for NEXT Sunday as highs only rise to the mid 50s! Rain chances vary greatly on the computer models from a total "washout" on the American Computer Model to just a few showers on the European Computer Model...stay tuned!
Today's Record Temperatures