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One More Hot Day, Strong Cold Front Arrives Friday

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We've got one more day of hot weather in front of us before the first of two cold fronts come through this week. For now, skies remain mostly clear overnight with temperatures only dropping to the mid-70's overnight. We will easily rebound to the low 90's Wednesday ahead of a cold front under partly to mostly sunny skies. 

A cold front comes through Wednesday afternoon bringing a slight chance for rain in the metro with better chances in southern and southeastern Oklahoma tomorrow evening. Some of these storms could be strong to severe. The good news is that we cool down to the low 60's tomorrow night so we can slowly ease up on our AC.

Thursday looks to be a nice and comfortable day with plenty of sunshine and highs around 80 degrees. 

Friday may be a little bit of a shock to our system. A strong cold front will come through that morning bringing widespread showers and significantly cooler temperatures. Afternoon temperatures will be around 60 degrees. Temperatures slowly moderate this weekend.

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