As a cold front surges east across Oklahoma, temperatures will lower from the mid to upper 80s into the 70s with gusty northwestern winds. Showers and thunderstorms--some strong--can be expected along the front generally east of the I35 corridor. Lows will be relatively chilly in the upper 40s and lower 50s statewide tonight as northwest winds continue to usher in cold air.
A secondary surge of cold air will arrive Friday (with another burst of gusty northwesterly winds) fostering temperatures to remain in the 60s and lower 70s for most of the day. Areas across southeastern Oklahoma will be the warmest, with the panhandle being the coldest.
Calmer weather is expected into the weekend with highs in the 70s and lows in the upper 50s. Northerly winds will remain as the state lies under a rather persistent northwesterly flow pattern. Rain chances are low to none after Thursday afternoon.
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