Windy weather to continue over the weekend, but with temperatures cooling off Sunday, Nov. 11.
Tulsa's Channel 8's Meteorologist Andrew Kozak, stated earlier today, "Strong storms in the metro, with much needed rain ..maybe a few gusts to 50 MPH. Nothing severe at this point!"
The heavy winds and storms may have woken most people up this Sunday morning, however, Kozak said, "No watches or warnings are in effect at this point. NOT anticipating it either. But we are up watching this morning, just in case something changes."
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