|Coolest Minimum Temperatures|
|1 – Bristow||-3.1F||6:10 am|
|2 – Burbank||-3.0F||3:35 am|
|3 – Lake Carl Blackwell||-2.6F||1:30 am|
|4 – Alva||-2.6F||12:30 am|
|5 – Pawnee||-2.4F||3:15 am|
|6 – Oilton||-2.4F||4:10 am|
|7 – Hooker||-2.3F||12:05 am|
|8 – Kenton||-2.2F||2:10 am|
|9 – Marshall||-1.2F||2:15 am|
|10 – Blackwell||-1.1F||1:30 am|
|11 – Stillwater||-1.1F||3:00 am|
|12 – Kingfisher||-1.1F||3:15 am|
|13 – Breckinridge||-0.8F||12:10 am|
|14 – Wynona||-0.6F||2:30 am|
|15 – Jay||-0.0F||2:00 am|
Those are actual temperatures. Here’s a look at the low wind chills so far on Friday morning
from the statewide Oklahoma Mesonet weather network.
And now for the warmer news…this from the National Weather Service, Norman Forecast Office:
Much warmer weather along with continued dry conditions will occur this weekend.
Highs will mainly be in the 60s.
But then we return to winter, according to the National Weather Service, Norman Forecast Office.
Another strong cold front will bring a return of cold and blustery conditions
to the region early next week, with at least a small chance for snow Monday and Tuesday.