Clouds to move into the state on Thursday night, temperatures drop on Friday

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OKLAHOMA CITY – On Thursday night, low-grade cloud cover will move into the state, causing it to be a gray Friday.

On Thursday night, temperatures will drop to the freezing mark, so you’ll want to grab a coat before you head out the door.

As the clouds remain over the state, light rain or freezing drizzle is possible for eastern Oklahoma on Friday morning.

On Friday, those clouds will cause the temperatures to stay in the 40s for most of the state.

On Saturday, temperatures will be in the 50s before an arctic blast hits Oklahoma.

On Saturday night, snow will likely form in northwestern Oklahoma.

By Sunday afternoon, that snow will move across the state.

Snow totals will vary depending on where you live, but the cold temperatures will be the big story by Monday.

Stay tuned for updates!

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