Fall weather may be here to stay in Oklahoma. Low temperatures Tuesday night will drop into the 30s and 40s across the area with light north winds.
Residents in northern Oklahoma may have a bit of patchy frost as well.
Wednesday highs return to the lower 70s with southeast winds.
A second cold front moves in during the day Thursday, bringing only the slightest chance of rain to southern, eastern and southeastern Oklahoma. Don't expect much, if anything at all.
Highs on Friday will tumble back into the 60s with a strong north wind. Temperatures will quickly drop into the 40s for Trick-or-Treating. Make sure the kiddos stay warm!
Looking ahead, our next storm system arrives Monday bringing an opportunity for showers and storms.
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