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WEATHER: Frigid and dry start to the week

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Things were off to a frigid start this week. Strong northerly winds created wind chills in the teens.

A wave of energy will ride the jet stream over the state tonight resulting in light snow and a few flurries for western and central Oklahoma tonight through the first half of tomorrow. A dusting to 1/2″ of snow will be possible. Warmer air returns to the Sooner state by the end of the work week with highs in the 50s and 60s for Thursday and Friday.

A front will cool our temps to the 40s for the weekend and rain is possible Sunday. A bigger storm system is possible early next week with the potential of showers and thunderstorms transitioning to a winter mix. Stay tuned for the latest on this potential winter storm.