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After a Chilly Start, Temperatures Will Return to Normal

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After a frosty start, temperatures will begin to warm up today and tomorrow before a chance for showers develops later in the week.

Today: A cold start, then mostly sunny, breezy and milder. Winds: S 10-20 mph. High in Tulsa: 66

Tonight: Mostly clear and chilly once again, but not as cold. Light South winds. Low in Tulsa: 46

We'll recover back to normal by Tuesday, with highs on the middle 70s.

Another front lies on our doorsteps though for Tuesday night; temperatures won't cool down with this next system much- instead expect a few showers and thunderstorms starting Thursday and lasting through most of the weekend.

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