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Temperatures Below Triple Digits For First Day Of Summer

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Highs today will hover right around normal with a south wind at 10 to 20 mph. Highs today will hover right around normal with a south wind at 10 to 20 mph.
Don't be surprised if you see a quick, pop-up shower or storm around today. Don't be surprised if you see a quick, pop-up shower or storm around today.
We'll have a MUCH better chance for storms late Sunday into Monday with a complex that's expected to move out of Colorado into the panhandle and northwest Oklahoma. We'll have a MUCH better chance for storms late Sunday into Monday with a complex that's expected to move out of Colorado into the panhandle and northwest Oklahoma.
Good rain chances will continue through the work week. Good rain chances will continue through the work week.

Happy SUMMER!

Summer officially began at 5:51 this morning, and to celebrate, temperatures will stay out of the triple digits! We'll also be keeping healthy rain chances in the forecast.

Highs today will hover right around normal with a south wind at 10 to 20 mph. Don't be surprised if you see a quick, pop-up shower or storm around today. Chances are no higher than 30 percent.

Tomorrow, much of the same: hot and muggy with a few scattered afternoon showers and storms around. We'll have a MUCH better chance for storms late Sunday into Monday with a complex that's expected to move out of Colorado into the panhandle and northwest Oklahoma.

Good rain chances will continue through the work week. Enjoy the first weekend of Summer, Oklahoma!!

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