Coldest weather of season expected in Oklahoma this week

The Associated Press - December 7, 2016 10:16 am

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) – The coldest weather of the season is descending upon Oklahoma, and forecasters say some parts of the state could see a dusting of snow.

The National Weather Service in Norman says light wintry precipitation is possible in parts of northern Oklahoma on Wednesday, but no accumulation is expected. Meanwhile, a cold front will push through the state later Wednesday, bringing cold temperatures and wind chill values in the teens or single digits.

The cold weather is expected to stick around through Friday before warming up slightly over the weekend, when high temperatures near 50 are expected

 

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