Mountain Cedar location(s): Arbuckle Mountains, OK
February 6 – TX/OK: Across the region today conditions will begin with
mostly sunny to sunny skies.
Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 60s warming towards this
afternoon and then tomorrow. Winds today
will be from the south and southwest with moderate levels across the Plateau
and in southern Oklahoma. The edge
communities will start with light conditions but will build towards this
afternoon. Tonight mostly clear skies
and mild conditions will occur. The low
temperatures across the region will drop into the lower 40s. Winds will be form the south and southwest at
light to moderate levels, 10 to 15 miles per hour. Tomorrow will be a repeat of today but with
high temperatures gaining by another 10 degrees. Areas will be in the mid to upper 70s with
the far west Plateau region pushing the low 80 degree mark. Winds will remain from the south at moderate
levels. The Dallas/Ft. Worth area should
have slightly stronger winds in the area.
Tomorrow night clear to mostly clear skies will occur. Low temperatures will drop into the upper 40s
and into the lower 50s. Winds will
remain at low to moderate conditions from the south. Overall very nice conditions heading into the
Trajectory weather: Air
mass trajectories over the Arbuckle Mountains will be influenced by mostly
sunny skies today and tomorrow.
Temperatures today will be in the mid- 60s with southerly winds at
moderate levels, 10 to 20 miles per hour.
Tonight skies will be clear and temperatures will drop to the lower 40s on
light and variable winds. Tomorrow sunny
skies will return with temperatures in the mid- 70s. Winds will be from the south at 10 to 15
miles per hour. Tomorrow night skies will be clear with temperatures in the mid-
40s. The trajectories from the Arbuckle
Mountains move to the north but the air is dense and will be at ground level.
OUTLOOK: *** Low Threat today and Low threat Tomorrow. Conditions will be very nice over the
weekend with warm weather and light to moderate winds. Recently, the pollen totals provided by local
samplers has begun to show a significant decrease in Juniper pollen indicating
the end of the juniper season. As we
approach the end of the season we will no longer provide forecasts after today,
Friday February 6th 2015. We
thank you for your support of this service. Trajectory Start (s) (shown by black star on map): Davis, OK.
Prepared by: Estelle Levetin(Faculty of Biological Science, The University of Tulsa, 800 S. Tucker Dr., Tulsa, OK 74104) and Peter K Van de Water (Department of Earth and Environmental Science, California State University Fresno, 2576 East San Ramon Avenue, M/S ST24, Fresno CA 93740-8039). This forecast gives the anticipated future track of released Mountain Cedar pollen, weather conditions over the region and along the forecast pathway, and an estimated time of arrival for various metropolitan areas.