The strong cold front that is sweeping through the state is bringing gusty winds out of the north between 20 and 30mph at times.
Light precipitation of with freezing drizzle and flurries are possible Wednesday evening in central Oklahoma. It will continue to be windy through Thursday morning.
Lows Wednesday night, drop to the upper teens with wind chills in the upper single digits.
Layers will be your friend Thursday morning.
Skies clear out Thursday, but temperatures stay chilly with a light south breeze. Highs will top out in the low 40s.
Our flow returns to the south on Friday and we recover in the upper 60s by Friday. The weekend is looking even better.