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Cold Temperatures Overnight, Warm-up On Thursday

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Clouds will stick around this evening under a light north breeze as temperatures fall into the 20s. Overnight skies will start to clear by sunrise but one last piece of energy will move overhead as well. So we couldn't rule out a couple snow flurries or sleet pellets overnight. No accumulation is expected and most areas will see nothing at all. Temperatures will bottom out into the middle to upper 20s by sunrise on Thursday.

During the day on Thursday we'll see clouds quickly dissipate as we'll enjoy plenty of sunshine. Winds will remain fairly light but will begin to pick up out of the south by afternoon. Highs will reach into the upper 40s to middle 50s.

Friday the winds pick up out of the south 15-25mph with gusts especially across western Oklahoma over 35mph possible. Under abundant sunshine highs will be even warmer in the upper 50s to low 60s.

Thankfully we get to enjoy the January thaw through the weekend with sunshine & highs in the 50s.

Winter returns next week so don't get too use to the warmer weather.

Follow Justin on Twitter @chasingthemeso.

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