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Highs expected to reach the upper 80’s Monday

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Temperatures tonight will fall only into the low to mid 60s and even the breeze will stay up overnight at 10-20mph out of the south.

After having clear skies all weekend, a few clouds will start streaming over Oklahoma tonight and into Monday ahead of our next cold front. If you live in Woodward, Alva, or anywhere in the Oklahoma panhandle, you’ll top out in the 70s behind the front. The rest of Oklahoma will have another afternoon of 80s with a few low 90s near the Red River. The breeze will be gusty again at 15-20mph out of the southwest.

The cold front will move across the rest of the state Monday night bringing scattered thunderstorms and a big cool-down. Some storms could be on the strong side, but any severe storms will be short-lived. Main threats with any storms will be quarter-size hail, wind gusts up to 65mph, and heavy downpours.

Rain will clear out quickly before sunrise Tuesday morning and leave us with mostly clear skies the rest of the day. Highs on Tuesday will be in the upper 60s and lower 70s.

Our Halloween forecast looks so nice, it’s spooky! Temperatures will be mild and conditions will be dry.  Stay tuned for the latest!