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WEATHER: Frigid cold front will drop temps drastically in Oklahoma

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OKLAHOMA CITY - The arctic front is now blasting through central Oklahoma this evening and bringing a few light rain showers and drizzle.

Powerful northerly winds will follow behind the front plummeting temperatures to the 20's and 30's overnight. Expect wind chills in the teens by tomorrow morning.

Skies will begin to clear out Tuesday morning with mostly sunny skies by the afternoon.

Temperatures will continue to fall tomorrow and a breezy north wind will create a wind chill index in the 20's and 30's...so bundle up! A statewide hard freeze is likely Wednesday morning with actual temps in the lower 20's.

Milder air moves in late in the week. Rain chances go up again late in the week and over the weekend.

Another powerful cold front is possible next Monday.