Storm chances will continue as a cold front pushes into the state Friday.
The best chances for storms will be as the cold front arrives into central Oklahoma later Friday afternoon.
A few storms could be severe with hail to the size of golf balls.
The best time frame for severe storms for OKC will be between 2 and 6 p.m., but the threat is low.
There are no signs of a tornado threat.
As the cold front passes through cooler air will move in Friday night.
Elevated showers and a few storms are expected to develop. These will be east of Oklahoma City by daybreak Saturday.
Chilly and windy weather is expected for the weekend.
Temps expected to drop to 30 to 32 for the metro by Sunday morning.
A big warm up returns next week.
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Bitterly cold Tuesday morning! The wind chill will be dangerously cold a day after Oklahoma City saw record snowfall.
A frosty start to Friday! Temps will remain below normal but some sunshine will return to end the week.
Great weather will start off the work week with seasonable highs approaching 70 degrees both Monday and Tuesday.
Most of Wednesday will be dry and mild daytime highs expected.
Some frost will likely develop Tuesday morning as clouds and areas of rain are expected toward the south.