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High fire danger in store for Tuesday

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OKLAHOMA CITY –  Expect a chilly night with 30s across most of the state under clear skies. Winds will be fairly light at 5-10mph, but they’ll start to pick up toward sunrise to give us wind chills in the low 30s and upper 20s.

Temperatures will continue to climb tomorrow in the 70s under sunny skies, but a gusty south breeze at 15-25mph.  Increased winds will create a high fire danger.  Aside from the breeze, enjoy the last day of warm weather because a fairly strong cold front will knock us back to winter on Wednesday.

With this next cold front, highs on Wednesday will depend on where you live. If you live between I-40 and the Kansas border (including OKC), highs will be in the 50s. South of I-40 and near the Red River, expect upper 50s and even 60s. There’s small chance of rain with the front but nothing to get too excited about.  Stay tuned for the latest!

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