Updated 915am CT – Wednesday / 29 April 2015
.. A Dry and Stable Weather Pattern ..
.. Rain Chances Reappear by Early Next Week ..
On this Wednesday…. a surface high pressure area extends southward from the plains into Texas. As a result of this surface weather pattern, our local surface winds are northwesterly.
In the upper levels of the atmosphere.. an east northeastward moving upper level low pressure disturbance is over north Texas and southern Oklahoma along the Red River. As a result, our upper air winds at about 18,500 feet are west northwesterly at 35 to 45 mph.
The upper level low pressure area has moved east northeastward with clouds breaking in the overnight hours.
A drier and more stable air mass continues through late week and even the weekend. The cooler than average temperatures, over the last 24 hours, will turn warmer through the remainder of the week through the weekend as a southerly surface wind flow becomes reestablished.
Another frontal system and upper air low pressure storm system will approach us from the west with increased cloud cover and a slim chance of rain showers and thunderstorms by early next week.
Have a good Wednesday….
Meteorologist Troy Kimmel