Snow likely in Friday forecast

Snow likely in Friday forecast

Gusty winds in the morning, then breezy through the afternoon.

Tomorrow: Cloudy, late day snowflakes possible. This will not amount to anything, but is just a sign that winter is here and colder than normal temperatures may stick around. Wind chill values this afternoon will stay in the 20s.

A cold front moved through overnight and a surge of colder air has moved into Oklahoma.

Thursday: Sunshine and a few clouds, cool.

TUESDAY: Fair weather is going to hold but temperatures should tumble back into the 40s. Highs in the upper 30s. For related traffic news, check out Dr. Gridlock. Clouds will begin to increase early in the day. BRRR! We are tracking a few disturbances which will bring a few showers early Saturday, with drier conditions to follow. Temperatures this afternoon will likely only manage to get into the low and mid 40s and with a west breeze occasionally gusting between 20 and 30 miles per hour, wind chill values will be well down into the 30s. Expect temperatures to drop into the mid to upper 20s by Saturday morning. Better chances for seeing some flakes exist the farther east of the city you go, including the beaches. Temperatures will tumble into the teens by Friday morning. Temperatures will struggle to climb as we work through the rest of the day thanks to colder air continuing to build in across the region. High temperatures Thursday should be in the mid 40s, but one of those reinforcing shots of cold air should settle in for Friday leading to highs not getting out of the 30s for many.

FRIDAY: We'll enjoy more sun overall along with some lingering clouds. High in the upper 30s.

EXTENDED: Winds will shift to the southwest up to 15 miles per hour and help modify temperatures Friday afternoon, bumping our highs up to near 40 with increasing clouds.

Rain and snow showers are likely Monday.

Less than an inch of snow is likely Saturday.

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