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Conditions will be calm in Oklahoma for the next few days as a ridge moves over the state. Starting with today, high temperatures will be in the upper 70s across the state with winds of 10 to 15 mph starting from the west but shifting to the north. Skies will be mostly sunny with no expected precipitation. Tonight temperatures will be falling to the mid 50s with calm winds from the north and shifting to the south in western Oklahoma. Skies will remain clear with no expected precipitation. For Thursday, temperatures will be rising to the high 70s for central and eastern Oklahoma and the low 80s for western Oklahoma. Wind directions will vary from southerly in western Oklahoma to northerly in eastern Oklahoma as a surface high settles on the state. Wind speeds will also vary from 10 to 15 mph in western Oklahoma to 5 to 10 mph in eastern Oklahoma. Skies will continue to remain clear with no expected precipitation.

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Almanac

Thursday, July 28:


Yesterday:  High Temp:93 °F  (4:55 PM)  Moon Phase
Low Temp:72 °F  (5:42 PM)  
 
Today:Average High Temp:  95 °F  
Average Low Temp:73 °F  
Record High Temp:108 °F  (1986)
Record Low Temp:58 °F  (1994)
 
Sunrise:6:36 AM
Sunset:8:37 PM

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