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Tonight and tomorrow morning will feature the coldest air we've seen this season, with temperatures dropping into the upper 20's across most of the state. Understandably, freeze warnings are in effect for the area, so make sure to bundle up your trick-or-treaters! Winds will be light, under 10 mph, from the east as the arctic high pressure system bringing this cold in begins to move away. Tomorrow will be just slightly warmer than today, with temperatures reaching into the upper 50's south of OKC, and mid 50's for the rest of the state. Sunny skies will once again prevail. Gusty winds from the south, from 15 to 20 mph in the Northwest part of the state, and 10 to 15 elsewhere, will blow across the state, returning seasonable temperatures to the region for the next few days.

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Saturday, November 1:

Yesterday:  High Temp:60 °F  (1:32 PM)  Moon Phase
Low Temp:38 °F  (11:59 PM)  
Today:Average High Temp:  68 °F  
Average Low Temp:46 °F  
Record High Temp:83 °F  (1916)
Record Low Temp:25 °F  (1991)
Sunrise:7:52 AM
Sunset:6:35 PM

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