From News9 Meteorologist Stephanie Malone...
Oklahomans have a warm and windy day ahead, with some places already experiencing wind gusts over 40 mph. Temperatures are expected to get into the lower 70s this afternoon before a cold front sweeps the state from west to east. With the cold front entering the state in the west, there will be a wind advisories fo the western portions of Oklahoma from 6:00 pm until midnight. The warm temperatures and the wind will set up a chance for enhanced fire risk, especially in southwest Oklahoma where a Red Flag Warning has been issued from noon until 8:00 pm.
Tonight there will be a chance for some thunderstorms in the state, with a chance for some to produce hail and damaging wind in northeast Oklahoma.
Tomorrow will be cooler with highs only making it into the upper 70s under partly cloudy skies with a northwest wind at 15 to 25 miles per hour.
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