It's a little more seasonal outdoors Tuesday morning with a wide range in temperatures for the state.
In the panhandle they are waking to temps in the 30s. The rest of the state is in the 40s…50s…and 60s in far southeast Oklahoma. Winds are strong and northerly this morning at 15-20 mph. So take a light jacket with you today.
Later, highs today will remain in the upper 60s and near 70s in some parts. Skies will be partly cloudy and those north winds decrease to about 10 mph.
We don't expect any further rain or storms for the rest of the day. The cold front that came through last night will keep us in a cooler weather pattern for the next few days.
Tonight, a crisp cool night is in store. Overnight lows are expected to dip to near 45 degrees. So October has finally arrived.
Just a note: Halloween should be cool but dry, so keep an eye on that if you have children to be out that evening.