FORECAST: Coldest night in more than six months coming our way Friday night into Saturday morning

TULSA - A strong cold front, arrives around midnight.  This front ushers in the coldest air since April.  Behind the front a large, chilly Canadian high pressure will settle into the middle of the United States.  The cold high will spread its influence throughout much of eastern Oklahoma.

Freeze Warnings are out for Friday night & Saturday morning.

A stalling cold front arrives on Monday and it still looks like it will bring a pro-longed period of rain Monday into Tuesday.

WEATHER LINKS | LIVE RADAR | 7-DAY FORECAST | ALERTSCURRENT CONDITIONS

Tonight: Breezy & cool.
Wind: N 10- 20 mph
Overnight Low: 45°

Friday/Halloween: Sunny and cool.
Rain chance: 0%
Wind: N 10-20 mph
Afternoon High: 53°

Halloween, hour by hour forecast:
6am: Clear, chilly. 45
Noon: Sunny breezy, 47
4pm: Sunny breezy, 53
6pm: Clear, breezy. 45
8pm: Clear, chilly. 42

 

Friday Night/Halloween Night: Clear and very cold.
Rain chance: 0%
Wind: N 10-15 mph
Overnight Low: 26°

Saturday:
Cold morning, sunny and cool afternoon.
Rain chance: 0%
Wind: N 5-10 mph
Afternoon High: 54°
 

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