NORMAN (AP) — The National Weather Service says much colder temperatures are expected to being moving into Oklahoma during the weekend.
Forecasters say Sunday is to be cloudy and windy with a cold front dropping high temperatures into the mid 30s to mid 40s n much of the state. And although highs in southeastern Oklahoma are expected to reach the 70s Sunday — temperatures are to start falling during the day and Sunday night lows are expected mostly in the teens and 20s statewide.
The weather service says there is also a slight chance for light snow in western Oklahoma and in the Panhandle region.
Skies are expected to begin clearing Monday — but with continued cold temperatures as highs are expected in the upper 30s to middle 40s.