NORMAN, Okla. — The National Weather Service says much colder temperatures are expected to being moving into Oklahoma during the weekend.
Forecasters say Sunday is to be cloudy and windy with a cold front dropping high temperatures into the mid 30s to mid 40s' in much of the state. And although highs in southeastern Oklahoma are expected to reach the 70s on Sunday — temperatures are to start falling during the day and Sunday night lows are expected mostly in the teens and 20s statewide.
The weather service says there is also a slight chance for light snow in western Oklahoma and in the Panhandle region.
Skies are to begin clearing on Monday — but with continued cold temperatures as highs are expected in the upper 30s to middle 40s.