Oklahoma warmin’ up to upper 50s, lower 60s

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OKLAHOMA –  This morning was the coldest one of the Fall season with temperatures starting in the 30s all across the state.

We’ll warm up pretty nicely into the upper 50s and lower 60s this afternoon under mostly sunny skies.

Winds will stay light at only 10-15mph out of the southeast along and east of I-35, but closer to the panhandle, expect a gusty breeze at 15-25mph.

That same gusty breeze will spread across the rest of the state and give all of us a breezy night and morning as we head into tomorrow.

Winds overnight will be in the 10-20mph range and help keep temperatures well above freezing in the upper 30s and lower 40s.

Don’t forget to “fall back” an hour this weekend!

Our next storm system will bring scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday.

Stay tuned for the latest!



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