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Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico

South Central U.S. Long Range Weather Forecast for
October 16th, 2018 - December 15th, 2018

Includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico

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October 2018

Very unsettled for most sections; wet flurries for New Mexico.
Drier/colder weather.
Wet conditions; showers spread rapidly east through the Southern Plains, then clearing, colder weather.
Fair, then light snow southern Rockies to Texas.

November 2018

Clearing skies, colder.
Clouds on the increase.
Rain New Mexico, east through Gulf Coast, then clearing, colder.
Heavy showers through New Mexico, Texas.
Fair/cold for the Mississippi Valley, points westward.
Light snows for Rockies, points east; rain Gulf Coast, then clearing.
Fair/cold, then stormy weather spreads in from the West.
Clearing skies; blustery, colder most areas, rain lingers along Gulf Coast.

December 2018

Clear/colder; frosts down to the Gulf Coast.
Light snow Plains States, then fair.
Unsettled New Mexico, Texas, parts of Oklahoma.
Rain for Gulf Coast, then turning fair, colder.

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