Cooler temperatures are expected across Oklahoma for the next several days.
The National Weather Service says overnight lows tonight are expected to range from the mid teens in the Panhandle to the 40s in far southeast Oklahoma. Breezy conditions are expected, and a chance for thunderstorms will continue in eastern parts of the state.
Colder temperatures are forecast for tomorrow, with daytime highs from the upper 30s to lower 50s and a chance for rain and isolated thunderstorms from southwest to northeast Oklahoma. A chance for rain and even light snow in the Panhandle is expected tomorrow night, with overnight lows from the teens to upper 30s.
A continuing chance for rain and light snow is forecast for Thursday, with daytime highs from the 30s to mid 40s.
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