We always say Oklahoma weather does what ever it wants, and it's often not positive, but Oklahomans will be rejoicing this weekend as a summer cold front moves in. Some areas of Oklahoma could see temperatures below 90 degrees!

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After a week of unseasonably warm temperatures and heat advisories, this cold front is exactly what Oklahomans have been hoping for. Although it won't automatically usher in fall weather, having temperatures under 100 degrees is a good start!

According to the National Weather Service in Norman, the cold front will bring most of Oklahoma out of triple digit heat and back into the seasonable temperatures of the 90s. But it's possible that by Sunday and Monday, some areas of Oklahoma, specifically northern Oklahoma, could see temperatures under 90 degrees.

Will there be any storms with this cold front?

Usually when Oklahoma gets a cold front in, we can expect some severe weather. But as of Wednesday, August 3, we're only expected to get rain, which we also need with a cool down!

National Weather Service Norman
National Weather Service Norman

How low will temperatures get and how long will they last?

We'll notice a change in temperatures starting Sunday, August 27. Some areas of Oklahoma will have highs in the low 90s and others will see high 80s. Evening lows could get down into the 60s! We haven't seen that in a while. And it's possible that the cooling trend is here to stay! Although September is expected to be hotter than normal, at least it won't be triple digit heat.

National Weather Service Norman
National Weather Service Norman

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