By News9 Meteorologist Stephanie Malone.
A low pressure system will approach Oklahoma just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday, bringing cloudy skies and increasing winds. Winds will shift to the north Thursday afternoon bringing cooler air to the state.
Scattered showers are possible as this system moves through early on Friday, but overall rain chances are low. Wind chill values will fall into the 30s and 20s at night.
The system will move out Saturday, with a chilly holiday weekend in store with highs only in the upper 40s and lower 50's Saturday and Sunday and wind speeds strengthening up to 30 miles per hour. Wind chills at night will fall into the 20s. Fans headed to the Bedlam game will need to bundle up!
For the beginning of the following work week, expect clear skies and continued temperatures in the 40's and 50's with strong winds.
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