Light cold front moving through Monday night, temperatures warm on Tuesday

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OKLAHOMA CITY – It felt more like fall this Monday as temperatures almost reached a record high for this month.

By Monday afternoon, temperatures jumped to the low 60s.

A weak cold front will move through the state starting on Monday night, dropping temperatures to the high 30s.

Tuesday looks nice as temperatures rise into the upper 50s to lower 60s under mostly sunny skies.

Winds will stay light at around 5-15mph out of the northeast.

Temps all week will be above average, day and night, without any strong cold fronts headed our way.

Clouds will move in on Wednesday afternoon, bringing a slight chance for some showers in the northwestern part of the state.

A better chance of rain comes this weekend as a much stronger storm system heads our way.

Rain chances are bumped into the 40-50 percent range by Sunday, possibly even lasting into Monday of next week.

Stay tuned for details!

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