Windy afternoon before front moves in dropping temps, light wintry mix possible this week

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Get ready for a windy afternoon.

Gusty southerly winds will create wind chills in the teens and 20s today but the actual temps will be 10-15 degrees warmer than yesterday.

A front will move in tomorrow once again dropping temps to the 30s.

Light precip is possible for the eastern half of the state.

Precip will fall as a cold rain south of I-40 and fall as light freezing rain/sleet/snow north of I-40.

OKC could see a light wintry mix; accumulations will be limited statewide.

Our next system approaches on Friday and rain is likely.

Right now it looks like a half an inch to an inch of rain will be possible.

We dry out and warm up for the weekend with highs in the 50s and 60s!

A front will drop temps next Monday.

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