Thousands attend Oklahoma City Home + Garden Show at State Fair Park

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Cold, blustery weather didn’t stop visitors to the Oklahoma City Home + Garden Show Saturday.

Thousands of people came out to State Fair Park to see ideas for remodeling and gardening.

Vendors were on hand selling everything from hot tubs, tool sheds, tornado shelters, air conditioning and heating units to cleaning fluid, mops, carpets, artwork and T-shirts.

There was even a beautiful and colorful butterfly collection.

The 4 Warn Storm Team chief meteorologist Mike Morgan along with Aaron Brackett, Matt Posgai, Jon Slater as well as Bob Moore Chopper 4 pilot/reporter Jon Welsh and storm chaser Kevin Josefy were also on hand to sign autographs and talk about the weather.

The show continues through Sunday, and tickets are available on site.

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