From News9 Meteorologist Stephanie Malone...
An arctic cold front has already begun to bring cold, Canadian air into Oklahoma. Temperatures are already in the upper 20s in parts of northern Oklahoma, and the front has already made it's way into the metro.
With light winds to the north, the front will be very slow to push south; but cold temperatures will slowly but surely make their way south throughout the day. Winter-like temperatures will dominate for the rest of the work week with lows bottoming out in the upper 20s and 30s and highs only making it into the 40s.
There will also be some more oppurtunities for precipitation this week. There is a possibility for some rain and possibly winter mix Wednesday night into Thursday morning, and a chance for rain on Friday.
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