It's finally feeling a lot like fall. The cold front that came through this morning to bring us a reinforcing shot of cool air has not gone unnoticed.
Temperatures will be even chillier tonight. The wind will subside and we will drop to the low 40s overnight under mostly clear skies in the metro. Believe it or not, the far northeast corner of Oklahoma could even see some patchy frost by tomorrow morning.
Apple picking, pumpkin patch trips and walks around Lake Hefner will likely be popular pastimes this weekend. Skies will be nice and bright both Saturday and Sunday with high temperatures in the mid 70s tomorrow before recovering to the mid 80s on Sunday.