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WEATHER: Wind advisory in effect for western Oklahoma until 7 P.M.

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OKLAHOMA - Temps will briefly warm this afternoon and tomorrow before a powerful front moves through our state.

A wind advisory has been issued for western parts of Oklahoma until 7 p.m.

A light wintry mix is possible with the frontal passage late tomorrow for Central Oklahoma.

Rain is expected East and snow is expected North.

Less than an inch of accumulations is expected for Northern Oklahoma through early Sunday.

Arctic air will blast in behind this front but it will be even stronger and last longer than today's arctic air.