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“Dense Fog followed by a few severe storms today ...

A One in Twenty chance you will have a severe storm within 25 miles of your home.
KXII Weather Authority
KXII Weather Authority(KXII)
Published: Jan. 24, 2021 at 10:06 AM CST|Updated: 2 hours ago
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This morning we have a Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for 1/4 mile or less visibility along and north of the Red River through 9 am. Meanwhile, the SPC outlook has parts of Texoma in a marginal severe risk, primarily for hail, through Sunday afternoon, but we’re not expecting a major severe weather event.

The rain is expected to come in three rounds:

The dense fog and mist will lift and clear up around mid-morning. Also this morning a cold front is pushing across Texoma triggering showers and storms, some strong to severe. The best chance for severe storms will be across the southeastern half of Texoma from Clayton, Tishomingo to Montague from Noon to 3 pm. Behind the front winds will be north 20-30 mph with afternoon highs near 60 at noon and then falling into the mid to upper 50s by later afternoon.

Here’s the seven day:

Sunday: 60% Showers/Thunderstorms, ending during the afternoon

Monday: 30% Showers

Tuesday: Partly cloudy

Wednesday: Partly cloudy

Thursday: 40% Rain

Friday: Mostly sunny and windy

Tom Hale

Meteorologist

News 12 / Weather Authority