It’s a cold start to your Wednesday morning with temps in the 20s.
Enjoy highs later today in the 40s and 50s before arctic air plunges into the Sooner state tonight.
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for northern Oklahoma tonight and tomorrow morning.
Strong northerly winds combined with bitter cold temperatures will make it feel well below zero across the state.
Wind chills around 10 below are possible across our northern counties.
Don’t forget about your pets and those pipes Oklahoma.
Highs on Thursday will only reach the teens and 20s statewide!
Breezy northeast winds will make it feel like the single digits!
Some light snow will be possible over the Panhandle.
Thankfully, this arctic blast is short-lived and temperatures will once again climb to the 50s and 60s over the weekend.
Another shot of arctic air will move into the state next Monday.
Fire danger will remain high through the week.