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Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico

South Central U.S. Long Range Weather Forecast for
February 24th, 2018 - April 23rd, 2018

Includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico

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February 2018

Showery/windy New Mexico to Texas. Rain for Louisiana.

March 2018

Turning stormy; cold winds Southern Rockies to Oklahoma.
Heavy rain Texas, points east, then fair/cold.
Increasingly cloudy for New Mexico east through Texas.
Pleasant weather, then squalls develops over Oklahoma /Texas.
Heavy rain Arkansas/Louisiana, points east, then clearing skies; fair elsewhere.
Fair, then turning showery over New Mexico; clouding up over the Plains.
Pleasant weather.
Unsettled as March comes to a close: gusty thunderstorms New Mexico, northern Texas/Oklahoma.

April 2018

Heavy rain along Gulf Coast. Fair elsewhere for Easter.
Pleasant initially, then unsettled for New Mexico, Texas, the Oklahoma Panhandle.
Sunny skies, then thundery weather arrives from the West over Southern Plains.
Windy/rain for Texas, points east; Clearing New Mexico.
Pleasant weather, then unsettled with showers for Southern Rockies, east to Oklahoma.
Heavy rain along Gulf Coast, then clearing. Sunny elsewhere.

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