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Last Map Update: Fri, Oct. 28, 2016 at 9:03:28 am CDT

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Dry weather and mild temperatures are expected tonight. Upper 50s to lower 60s are expected for low temperatures by early tomorrow morning.
It will be warm and breezy today. Mid 80s will be common for high temperatures--just a few degrees below the record highs for this date.
Temperatures will remain warmer than average for late October and early November. With occasional windy days, the fire danger will be elevated to near critical levels. Western Oklahoma will have the greatest risk levels, while the lowest will be in southeast Oklahoma.
Above-average temperatures and breezy conditions will cause elevated wildfire potential late this week and early next week. Slightly cooler weather is expected around midweek, along with a chance of rain.

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