While the start of Fall isn't until the Autumnal Equinox on September 22nd, Oklahomans can expect the temperatures to fall by nearly 30 degrees across NE Oklahoma this week.
Between Tuesday and Wednesday, high temperatures will fall by almost 30 degrees across NE Oklahoma as we are expecting an unseasonably strong cold front to pass through Green Country.
The average highs for this time of the month are in the upper 80s to low 90s, Oklahomans will experience record low high temperatures.
The record low high temperatures for September 9th through September 11th were 70 degrees (9/9/41), 72 degrees (9/10/42), and 72 degrees (9/11/40).
The forecasted highs for September 9th through the 11th are 58 degrees (9/9/20), 60 degrees (9/10/20), and 71 degrees (9/11/20).
Wednesday, September 9th:
Thursday, September 10th:
On Wednesday, September 9th and Thursday, September 10th, the lows will be falling into the 40s, so make sure to grab your jackets and sweaters to stay safe.
The cold front that is bringing the lower temperatures throughout Oklahoma will also provide chances for snow for the far Western parts of Oklahoma, Western Kansas, and into the Rocky Mountains.
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