Winter coat needed today but warmer weather on the way

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Bundle up! According to the National Weather Service, we haven’t seen temperatures in the teens and 20s since March 26.

Oklahoma Mesonet Temperatures:

1 – El Reno 12.3F 4:40 am
2 – Acme 12.9F 7:15 am
3 – Butler 13.2F 2:20 am
4 – Mangum 13.4F 6:05 am
5 – Camargo 14.2F 6:00 am
6 – Fort Cobb 14.3F 7:20 am
7 – Ninnekah 14.7F 7:30 am
8 – Lake Carl Blackwell 14.9F 5:30 am
9 – Erick 15.1F 4:50 am
10 – Oilton 15.4F 7:00 am
11 – Marshall 15.7F 5:35 am
12 – Bristow 15.8F 6:40 am
13 – Burbank 15.8F 5:15 am
14 – Pawnee 16.2F 6:10 am
15 – Kingfisher 16.4F 5:10 am

Forecast Wednesday

It was just as cold in Oklahoma City this morning as it was in Anchorage, Alaska.

OKC was 19 degrees and Anchorage was 19.

Below normal temperatures will continue this afternoon with highs only reaching the 40s and 50s under sunny skies with light winds (no wind chill factor).

Tonight will be clear, cold and calm with lows in the 20s and 30s.

A warm front will lift north over the weekend warming temps to the 70s!

A few showers are possible Saturday, mainly in Eastern Oklahoma.

Sunday will be the warmest with a few 80 degree temps possible in the state.

The warm up will be short-lived as another powerful front moves through early Monday resulting in a 30-degree temperature drop.

Stay tuned for the latest on these up and down temperatures.

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