Monday will be cold with highs on either side of 20 degrees and winds chills in the single digits. Afternoon highs in the mid to upper 70s are quickly going away, as an arctic cold front sweeps in from the north. Look for the front to move through your area this evening. Wind Chill Warnings are in effect for much of the region for wind chill values of 35 below to 50 below zero.
Through 10:0pm, we can expect wind chill values to range from -5 to -15 degrees across the Central and Northern South Plains. Tuesday and Wednesday will also see strong winds near 30 miles per hour ahead of another snow storm on Wednesday and Thursday. Coldest wind chill readings 43 below to 53 below zero in the morning.
Sunday Wind chills will remain in the teens and 20s all day Sunday, with highs struggling to climb above freezing in the low to mid 30s.
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until Noon Monday for the counties that border in, for northern in, northern IL and much of Wisconsin.
Partly cloudy, with a low around 12. Wind chill readings 41 below to 51 below zero.
Another cold front looks to shift into eastern Oklahoma by late Wednesday, but this front is not almost as powerful as our previous cold front, and will likely only drop our temperatures back a few degrees toward the 40s by Thursday.
Southerly winds will kick back in on Tuesday to continue our warm up.
On Sunday, sunny skies are expected with some high clouds from time to time.