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Despite Cold Front, Sunday Temperatures Above Normal Across OK

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OKLAHOMA CITY -

Despite a cold front Sunday morning, afternoon highs will, once again, rise above normal into the upper 50’s and lower 60’s across the area.

Winds will be northerly at 10 to 25 mph and the fire danger will be elevated Sunday afternoon, though not as high as Saturday. Still not bad for the last day of January!

Our next storm system arrives Sunday night into Monday morning, bringing precipitation chances first to northwest Oklahoma in the form of some light showers, a few of which may mix with snow for far northwest Oklahoma into the panhandle.

By Monday afternoon, the rain will quickly spread east across the state. The rain will be light and will move quickly. The best chance for OKC to see any rain will come Monday evening into Monday night. A few thunderstorms will be possible with no severe weather expected.

Temperatures will get colder Tuesday as the system clears Oklahoma. Highs will stay in the 40’s through Thursday before reaching back into the 50’s by Friday.

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