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Spring Like Temperatures Back This Week For Oklahoma

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After a brief stint with Winter late last week, temperatures are heading back to feeling like Spring.

Highs around the state Saturday, will range from the upper 50s to the lower 60s. Northwest winds from Saturday morning, will switch around to the southwest at 10 to 20 mph.

Sunday, much of the same is expected, but with a lot more wind. Most temperatures will be in the 60s Sunday, with a 30 mph northwest wind.

Fire danger will be back up despite the recent round of moisture.

Looking ahead to the work week, there's not a lot on the horizon except mild temperatures. Mid to upper 60s Monday through Wednesday before another cold front arrives on Thursday. 

Temperatures will drop back into the 50s, then the 40s by next weekend. 

The next chance of precipitation isn't a great one, mainly for southern Oklahoma next Saturday. We'll see how this one pans out.

Until then, enjoy the mild weather!

For more in weather follow weekend Meteorologist Matt Mahler.

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