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Arctic Cold Front Targets Tulsa

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Wednesday morning temperatures will drop into teen and 20s. Wednesday morning temperatures will drop into teen and 20s.

A powerful front is still right on schedule and will arrive tonight.

There will be a few showers or sprinkles but the precipitation won't be significant.

The most dramatic change will come with the big drop in our temperatures.

An arctic air mass will settle in by the morning, lows will start off in the 20s and 30s.

Even under sunny skies Tuesday highs won't budge much they'll be in the low 40s.

By Wednesday morning temperatures will be even colder-lows will drop into teen and 20s. A hard freeze warning has already been issued.

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