Brr! More arctic air, wind chills in Oklahoma

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OKLAHOMA – Arctic air will dominate our weather pattern.

Highs tonight will be a few degrees warmer than last night due to a south wind.

However, that same wind will also create wind chills in the teens and 20s, so this isn’t a huge improvement.

A reinforcing cold shot of air will move in tonight as a cold front.

Highs will only reach the 20s tomorrow as a result.

Our next storm system moves in for the weekend.

As of right now, models are showing a slight warming trend and Sunday’s precip should fall as drizzle.

Tuesday’s system may be the storm to watch…models are currently showing accumulating snow in western Oklahoma.

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