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Arctic blast expected Wednesday, temps may dip into teens


An arctic cold front is expected to reach western North Texas, including Clay County, Wednesday, Jan. 11, according the the National Weather Service.

Winds will become strong and gusty Wednesday morning. Temperatures will begin to fall during the daylight hours, and will dip into the teens and 20s Wednesday night. Wind chills are expected between 5 and 10 degrees above zero Thursday morning across most of Oklahoma and western North Texas.

The cold will persist through Friday. Temperatures are expected to warm on Saturday.

Update courtesy Larry Duncan, Emergency Coordinator for the Clay County Amateur Radio Emergency Service


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