The coldest temperatures of the season are predicted for northern Oklahoma early Wednesday. The National Weather Service has issued a hard freeze warning beginning 8 p.m. Tuesday until 10 a.m. Wednesday for nearly all of Oklahoma.
A strong cold front headed to the state could produce a few storms possible late Monday.
News On 6 meteorologist Alan Crone says there is a chance for drizzle as the front moves through.
Crone says on Tuesday, high temperatures are expected to remain in the 40s and by Wednesday morning he says temps will drop to the upper teens to lower 20s with light winds and clearing skies.
Crone says this cold air will be a "hard killing freeze" impacting all of northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas.