Beautiful Thursday ahead of major cooldown

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OKLAHOMA – We’re looking at a quiet night with only a few clouds.

Lows tonight will plunge near the freezing mark in northern Oklahoma and in the low 40s for central and southern Oklahoma.

A few showers are possible in southern Oklahoma tomorrow morning.

The rain chances will slide to southeastern Oklahoma tomorrow afternoon.

Highs tomorrow will be cooler for Saint Patrick’s Day in the mid 60s.

Friday will be windy and cool with scattered cold rain showers.

Skies will clear Friday night resulting in chilly morning lows Saturday in the 30s.

Highs on Saturday will be unseasonably cool in the 50s under mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies.

A big warming trend returns next week and long-range models suggest a big storm system will move in next Thursday and Friday.

Stay tuned for updates!

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