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Temperatures will continue to increase today, with widespread lower 60s expected south of I40, 50s north. Southerly winds will begin transporting moisture from the gulf, causing widespread cloudiness and scattered showers, and increasing the humidity significantly. Precipitation will really ramp up on Saturday as a storm system builds over the area. Temperatures will be in the 60s statewide, and widespread showers and thunderstorms are expected to form generally along and southeast of a line from Altus to Enid. The moisture from the Gulf that is spreading over the area Friday will allow for locally heavy rainfall amounts of 2 " across southwestern to northeastern Oklahoma. As the system moves east, winds will shift to a northerly direction, ushering in more seasonably cool air in the 40s and 50s for Sunday.

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Friday, November 21:

Yesterday:  High Temp:63 °F  (2:42 PM)  Moon Phase
Low Temp:33 °F  (6:50 AM)  
Today:Average High Temp:  59 °F  
Average Low Temp:38 °F  
Record High Temp:80 °F  (1927)
Record Low Temp:14 °F  (1898)
Sunrise:7:12 AM
Sunset:5:21 PM

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