WICHITA FALLS, Texas (TNN) - We woke up to the coolest temperatures in nearly two weeks. Many Texoma towns fell to the upper 50s during the morning commute. Today will be sunnier and this afternoon will be warmer and less windy than Monday afternoon. A cold front and associated upper level disturbance will sweep south from Colorado tonight and perhaps produce thunderstorms over the Panhandles and Oklahoma. Any storms that develop will move south giving us a slight chance of storms late tonight through Wednesday morning.
We’re going to keep at least slight rain chances in the forecast through Thursday into Friday morning. Overall the concern for severe storms is very low. The headline for Father’s day weekend is heat with highs forecast in the low and mid 90s.
John Cameron, First Alert Meteorologist