...LIGHT SNOW WILL BE POSSIBLE TODAY INTO THIS EVENING ACROSS THE OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS PANHANDLES... An upper level low pressure system currently moving across the southwest United States is forecast to track east and northeast across the Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles later today and tonight. As this storm system gets closer to the area, the chance for light snow will increase today into this evening. In addition, some light sleet may mix in with the light snow across the southeast Texas Panhandle. Recent forecast models suggest most locations will likely have less than one inch of snowfall accumulation where light snow does occur. The exception is the eastern Oklahoma Panhandle and the far eastern Texas Panhandle where there is some potential for around one inch of snowfall accumulation, possibly slightly more, later today into this evening. There remains uncertainty in snowfall accumulations associated with this approaching upper level storm system, and adjustments to the forecast may become necessary later today. As a result, you are encouraged to stay tuned to the latest forecasts by listening to NOAA Weather Radio, commercial radio or television, or by visiting our web site at www.weather.gov/ama.
Current Condition: Overcast
Wind Speeds: 7.23mph
Chance of Precipitation: 0%
Temperature: 54/30 Partly cloudy in the morning. Thursday:
Temperature: 60/39 Mostly cloudy until afternoon and breezy in the afternoon. Friday:
Temperature: 60/46 Rain overnight. Saturday:
Temperature: 53/31 Partly cloudy in the morning and windy until afternoon. Sunday:
Temperature: 58/33 Mostly cloudy starting in the evening.
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