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Chilly Mornings, Mild Afternoon Expected This Weekend In OK

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A happy Veterans day to all the service men & women that has served for our country. Hopefully you got to enjoy the sun filled and very comfortable weather Friday.

Temperatures Friday evening will cool down into the 50s under a light northeast breeze. Overnight those winds go nearly calm, allowing for temperatures to fall into the 30s for many locations. A frost & even freeze warning in effect for portions of northwest Oklahoma. Here in the metro we’ll see lows down in the upper 30s.

Looking ahead towards the weekend, sunshine & seasonable high temperatures in the 60s. On Saturday, winds will remain light with afternoon highs in the lower to middle 60s. Sunday the winds pick up just a little from the south allowing temperatures to climb up toward 70 degrees.

Looking ahead, next week we’ll be tracking a powerful storm system that will move across the northern Plains. However its looking like a wind machine for us with not much of any rain chances but some cooler air behind it.

Have a great weekend!

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