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One degree from freezing on last day of April

by Bryan Painter Published: April 30, 2014
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The last day of April and one degree short of freezing. The Oklahoma Mesonet weather network station at Hooker, Okla. recorded a temperature of 33 degrees this morning.

We could see more cool nights to come.

The National Weather Service, Norman’s forecasted lows for Oklahoma City are: near 37 degrees tonight and around 41 degrees Thursday night. The good news is comes with forecasted highs of 87 on Saturday and Sunday, 88 on Monday and 85 degrees Tuesday.

The forecasts for Guymon from the National Weather Service, Amarillo, Texas include lows of around 34 degrees tonight and around 35 degrees Thursday night. However, the forecast for Guymon also calls for a high of near 90 on Saturday, around 92 both Sunday and Monday and near 91 on Tuesday.

 

Coolest Minimum Temperatures
1 – Hooker 33.0F 7:05 am
2 – Boise City 33.9F 6:20 am
3 – Kenton 34.7F 6:45 am
4 – Beaver 35.0F 6:30 am
5 – Goodwell 35.6F 4:05 am
6 – Slapout 36.0F 6:40 am
7 – Arnett 36.8F 7:20 am
8 – May Ranch 37.7F 7:00 am
9 – Buffalo 38.1F 6:50 am
10 – Foraker 38.1F 6:25 am
11 – Freedom 38.5F 6:45 am
12 – Mangum 38.6F 6:10 am
13 – Cheyenne 38.7F 7:10 am
14 – Medford 38.8F 6:50 am
15 – Camargo 38.8F 6:10 am
by Bryan Painter
Assistant Local Editor
Bryan Painter, assistant local editor, has 31 years’ experience in journalism, including 22 years with the state's largest newspaper, The Oklahoman. In that time he has covered such events as the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah...
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