Prior to a cold front Thursday night, the day will feel sunny, hot, and windy.
Look for highs in the 80s across the state.
South winds will gust to 35 mph in the afternoon.
The fire threat will be high out west.
The first of two powerful cold fronts arrives at night. As it moves in, rain chances will go up in central and northern Oklahoma.
A few thunderstorms will be possible.
Behind the front, strong north winds and very chilly temperatures.
Wind chills will range from the teens to the 30s Friday morning. As we go through the day winds will slowly back off.
Highs will climb into the 40s and low 50s.
Our next powerful front brings arctic air late Sunday.
Early next week winter precipitation will be possible. Parts of Oklahoma could see freezing, sleet, and a little snow.
Stay tuned for the latest.