OKLAHOMA CITY - A weak front will move in Tuesday night and while it won't bring a chance of rain, it will reinforce our north to northwest wind. Overnight lows will drop to the mid-30's under mostly clear skies.

Clear, chilly nights and sunny, cool days will continue through Thanksgiving. Travel plans won't be impacted by weather around Oklahoma. We stay dry through the holiday. Wind will shift to the south on Thursday allowing temperatures to warm as we head into the weekend. Black Friday looks warm with highs in the mid-60's. It will still be pretty chilly for the early bird shoppers, though.

The weekend ahead looks fantastic with plenty of sunshine and highs in the low 70's on Saturday. Temperatures fall to the low 60's on Sunday with increasing cloudiness.