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Cool Weather Returns To Oklahoma

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Chilly north winds will continue Wednesday evening, but will eventually diminish overnight. In Oklahoma City, with all the clouds around, we couldn't rule out a light shower.

Temperatures will fall into the 30s Wednesday evening, but with the breeze it'll feel like the 20s.

Clouds will clear out quickly by morning providing us with a sunny Thursday. Unfortunately, temperatures won't really rebound, despite all the sunshine, as we expect below normal highs in the middle to upper 40s.

A light north breeze will switch around to a southeast wind by evening.

Warmer temperatures do return to end the work week with plenty of sunshine and highs back into the 60s. The nice weather will stick around for the start of the weekend with cooler temperatures arriving by late Saturday.

Sunday the colder weather filters in with some clouds and highs only in the 40s.

These clouds will be associated with our next big storm that could bring rain and snow to across the state by early next week.

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

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