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Issued Sunday April 23, 2017 at 7:16 pm. Some clear and sunny weather is ahead after all the recent storms. For tomorrow, temperatures will be in the high 70s for most of the state and high 80s for the panhandle. Winds will be southerly with speeds varying from 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph for most the state. Skies will be mostly sunny and no rain is expected. Tomorrow night, temperatures will decrease to the low 60s for most of the state. Winds will remain southerly with speeds varying from 10 to 20 mph and gusts up to 30 mph possible. Skies will remain clear and rain free. For Tuesday, temperatures will be rising into the high 80s for the majority of the state, and low to mid 80s in eastern Oklahoma and the panhandle. Winds will continue to be southerly with speeds varying from 5 to 20 throughout the state with gusts up to 35 mph possible. Skies will become partly cloudy to cloudy for all but southeastern Oklahoma, but remain precipitation free.

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Monday, November 7:

Yesterday:  High Temp:68 °F  (12:23 PM)  Moon Phase
Low Temp:56 °F  (7:41 AM)  
Today:Average High Temp:  66 °F  
Average Low Temp:44 °F  
Record High Temp:86 °F  (1980)
Record Low Temp:23 °F  (1993)
Sunrise:6:58 AM
Sunset:5:30 PM

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