LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - Good Saturday evening!
Rain and storms continue to push NE through Texoma this evening. The best chance for rain stays E the rest of today before our next round of rain and storms moves in by Sunday morning. No severe weather is expected Saturday.
Overnight winds stay light but from the E and SE. The warm front will lift north through Texoma Sunday morning and Sunday afternoon, increasing our temps and low level moisture and giving us a chance for some showers and storms for the first part of Sunday before we clear out by Sunday evening.
Some storms on Sunday could be strong to severe. The main threats will be hail to quarters and winds to 60 mph. The best chance for severe weather stays E and NE. The tornado threat is extremely low.
Temps Sunday stay in the low 70s under mostly cloudy skies before another cold front slides through late Sunday into early Monday. Temps fall into the low 50s by Monday morning before hitting the 60s that afternoon. We stay in the 60s Monday and Tuesday.
The S winds return Thursday, warming us into the upper 70s before hitting the low 80s on Friday. With S winds expected to be strong late week, fire danger will be high.
Your outdoor plans look great after this weekend!
-First Alert Meteorologist Mandy Bailey
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