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Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico

South Central U.S. Long Range Weather Forecast for
April 20th, 2017 - June 19th, 2017

Includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico

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April 2017

20th-23rd. Showery followed by clearing skies; quite rainy for the Texas and Louisiana coastlines, then turning fair.
24th-27th. Stormy weather.
28th-30th. Thunderstorms lingering near and along the Texas and Louisiana coastlines; elsewhere, skies clear.

May 2017

1st-3rd. Unsettled conditions evolve.
4th-7th. Clouds linger northern New Mexico, Texas Panhandle, and Oklahoma.
8th-11th. Thunderstorms.
12th-15th. Residual showers along Texas/Louisiana Coasts; fair/pleasant elsewhere.
16th-19th. Showery most regions, followed by fair and cool conditions. Unseasonably chilly weather for Louisiana and Texas Gulf Coast.
20th-23rd. Fair initially, followed by stormy weather.
24th-27th. Thunderstorms bubble up over Texas and points east followed by clearing and quite cool temperatures.
28th-31st. Fair at first, then turning unsettled.

June 2017

1st-3rd. Rain and showers Texas and points east; fair and dry elsewhere.
4th-7th. Thunderstorms from New Mexico through Texas.
8th-11th. Gusty thunderstorms for the Texas/Louisiana Coasts, then fair.
12th-15th. Light rain Southern Plains.
16th-19th. Fair, then turning unsettled.

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