2 Works for You Storm Shield Weather: Today's forecast for Tulsa and northeast Oklahoma

A weak boundary is settling into southern Oklahoma. Behind the boundary, a slightly cooler air mass will move into Green Country. In addition, light winds coupled with the moisture from today's rain will result in some widespread thick fog.

After the fog dissipates Thursday, the sun will be out and we will see temperatures recover into the upper 70s.  South winds will increase on Friday and the temperatures will soar into the low 80s. Dry and warm conditions will continue into the weekend and early next week.

As of now, Halloween is looking breezy, warm and dry with highs in the mid 80s.

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Tonight: Clear skies, some thick fog.
Overnight Low: 56°
Wind: Light North

Thursday: Sunny skies return.
Morning  Low: 56°
Afternoon High: 78°
Wind: ENE 5-10 mph

Friday: Sunny, breezy & warm.
Overnight Low: 60°
Afternoon High: 83°
Wind: S 10 - 20 mph


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