A cold front pushed into Oklahoma overnight bringing with it gusty north winds which has dropped wind chill values into the teens and single digits.
News On 6 meteorologist Alan Crone says temperatures on Thursday will only climb into the lower 30s but the strong north winds will make feel much more colder.
He says there may be some snow flurries Thursday, but by the afternoon, clouds will give way to partly sunny skies.
Crone says another cold front will enter the state Friday keeping temperatures across eastern Oklahoma in the mid-20s.
As for road conditions, Crone the snow flurries Thursday won't be a problem for drivers, but the strong north winds may create some challenges for drivers.