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Fall Weather Pattern Continues For Oklahoma, Winter Creeping Up

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There will be some great fall weather moving in over the next several days and you better take advantage of it.

Wednesday night the skies will start to clear and will be become mostly clear by Thursday morning under light winds. Overnight lows will fall into the upper 30s north to low 40s down across the Red River.

As we head into our Thursday, the sunshine returns and so do temperatures back into the mid-60s, which is right where should be for Nov. 6. Northeast winds will be a little gusty through the day, 10 to 20 mph, so there will definitely be a slight chill to the air to start the day.

On Friday those north winds change to a south breeze and temperatures under abundant sunshine reach into the middle to upper 60s. This comfortable fall weather will continue into the weekend with highs in the 60s and plenty of sunshine.

These quiet weather patterns will not last forever though. We're starting to see some strong signs of winter making a run for us at the end of the - day forecast. Better get those winter jackets and gloves dusted off.

Stay with News 9, we'll keep you advised.

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