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Chilly temps in store for Monday night, snow possible later in the week

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OKLAHOMA CITY – It will be a bitter night on Monday with temperatures dropping to near 20 degrees in central Oklahoma.

On Tuesday, it will be another cloudy and cold day with temperatures hovering around the freezing mark.

Our next storm system will develop snow in western Oklahoma tomorrow night through early Wednesday.

Light accumulations are possible, mainly in northwestern Oklahoma.

However, there is a chance for residents in central parts of the state to see snow early Wednesday morning.

We turn the corner with temperatures on Thursday and highs will climb to near 60 degrees by this weekend.

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