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Temperatures To Cool Down, Quiet Weekend Expected Across OK

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Well after a beautiful Friday with blue skies and light winds, temperatures will cool down into the 50’s by evening. Make sure you grab a jacket if heading out to those high school football games. 

Overnight temperatures will bottom out once again in the 30’s and 40’s across the state.

A cool start to our Saturday but with plenty of sunshine and a south wind. Temperatures will warm up nicely into the upper 70’s under comfortable humidity. South winds will be from 15-20 mph with an occasional gust near 25 mph.

Sunday, we continue with the sunny and dry weather, and south winds in the 15-25 mph range. Highs will be in the upper 70’s to mid-80’s across the state.

So, it will be a quiet weekend and a quiet start to the work week as the sunshine, south winds and above average temperatures continue for Monday and Tuesday.

Next small chance of rain looks to arrive late Tuesday night into Wednesday, but no heavy storm chances expected at this time. 

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