News9.com and Associated Press

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma will see one more day of warmth before temperatures take a tumble.

News 9 Meteorologist Stephanie Malone says the winds will shift Monday and a cold front will move through, dropping temperatures to 46 degrees.  There's also a risk of showers and thunderstorms.

By Tuesday, temperatures will drop to the mid 60s.  And on Thursday morning, the temperature could plunge to 39 degrees.

Forecasters say by Wednesday and Thursday mornings, patchy frost will be possible in western and central Oklahoma and a light freeze could affect northeast Oklahoma during the same period.