Skies stay partly cloudy Tuesday night and the south wind stays breezy. Temperatures will only drop to the low 60s overnight with a slight chance of rain and storms. Most will stay dry.
Showers and storms will be possible Wednesday morning ahead of a cold front. Better chances will stay in eastern Oklahoma. A south wind will gust between 25 to 45 mph early in the day before the cold front moves in.
Once the cold front passes early in the afternoon the wind will shift to the northwest but still gust up to 45 mph in the metro under mostly sunny skies. Humidity will be low so grass fire potential will be extreme.
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