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What could Sunday's weather bring?

by Bryan Painter Published: April 4, 2014
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From the National Weather Service, Norman Forecast Office:

FRIDAY

High pressure will continue to to fill in behind the frontal boundary that swung through Thursday.

North winds will remain breezy, weakening through the late evening. Highs will be mild, in the mid to upper 60s.

SATURDAY
A broad upper level trough is currently moving ashore across Southern California this morning.

As this system moves closer to the Southern Plains, rain chances will return, increasing through the day

Saturday and overnight into Sunday. No severe weather is expected.

SUNDAY

Rain chances will increase through Sunday morning as a broad upper level trough continues to move across the region.

No severe weather is expected.

And here’s a look at some of the low temperatures thus far on this Friday morning at Oklahoma Mesonet weather network locations.

Coolest Minimum Temperatures
1 – Kenton 20.8F 7:15 am
2 – Boise City 23.5F 6:15 am
3 – Beaver 25.4F 7:25 am
4 – Hooker 26.3F 7:40 am
5 – Seiling 27.2F 6:10 am
6 – Buffalo 27.3F 6:05 am
7 – Blackwell 27.7F 6:40 am
8 – Marshall 27.9F 7:25 am
9 – Freedom 28.3F 6:40 am
10 – Breckinridge 28.4F 5:05 am
11 – Cherokee 28.7F 7:25 am
12 – Medford 28.9F 7:30 am
13 – Hinton 29.3F 7:25 am
14 – Goodwell 29.5F 1:25 am
15 – Camargo 29.9F 7:25 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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