NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Oklahomans will be dealing with cold temperatures, gusty winds and low wind chills in the next few days as an arctic cold front moves into the state.
The National Weather Service in Norman says low temperatures Wednesday morning are expected to range from around 10 degrees in northwestern Oklahoma to 25 degrees in the southeastern corner of the state.
Winds of up to 30 mph, with higher gusts, will push wind chill values to minus 5 to minus 10 degrees in northern Oklahoma early Wednesday. Forecasters say a wind chill advisory will likely be issued overnight.
Winds will become light Wednesday evening and will shift to the south Wednesday night. Lows in the single digits are forecast for Wednesday night and even colder wind chill values are possible Thursday morning.
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