OKLAHOMA – Another cold night is in store for Oklahoma.
We’re looking at clear skies tonight with lows dipping to the middle teens in OKC with single digits in Northwestern parts of the state.
Wind chills will be below zero until sunrise.
With a southerly breeze kicking in at 15-25mph on Monday, we’ll get a reasonable warm-up with highs near 40 degrees by the afternoon under mostly sunny skies.
Soak up whatever warmth we have on Monday because another batch of cold air arrives on Tuesday to keep our highs in the mid 30s before plunging us into the single digits again by Wednesday morning.
Right now, it looks like light snow for Oklahoma next Friday and Saturday, but we’ll have a better idea of what to expect in the days to come. Stay tuned!