Cold front to drop temperatures, increase chance for storms

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OKLAHOMA CITY –  A big change is in store for our Friday after a stint of spring-like warm weather.

A cold front will drop on us tonight, opening the moderate risk of severe weather.

You will feel that cold front on Friday, as temperatures drop 30 degrees into the 50s and 60s.

In addition to the temperature drop, winds will pick up across the state.

Patchy drizzle will be possible, mainly during the morning hours.

Saturday is the pick of the weekend with highs in the mid 60s under mostly sunny skies.

Scattered light rain showers will be possible for the first half of Easter Sunday.

Highs will reach the 60s with a breezy south wind.

Temperatures will once again climb next week to the 80s.

There is another chance for severe weather with a front next Wednesday. Stay tuned for updates!

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