Another morning where low clods developed and fog/ light drizzle reducing visibility. This will mix out through the morning hours with clouds clearing this afternoon. High near 81, with changing to the southwest and staying light 10-15mph.
SEVERE STORMS: This mornings updated Storm Prediction Center outlook for today highlights the northern Panhandle and Oklahoma for a risk of severe storms with large hail and damaging wind. This touches our northeastern counties with the possibility of a storm developing tonight, then moving across the Red River counties.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy with the low near 55, south-southwest wind changing northwest by sunrise then increasing 20-25mph.
WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny, some isolated showers with precipitation likely not reaching the surface will be possible. Wind speeds drop late in the day continuing north-northwest.
EXTENDED: No good chance for rain with wind speeds staying breezy through Friday. Temperatures warm to the mid 80s Thursday before dropping to the lower 70s Saturday, then a quick turn around with possible 90s to start next week.
Have a great Tuesday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.