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Donít Like the Weather? Wait a Day.

tags: weather
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 12:00:00 am

Much is made of the Oklahoma climate, and while we are prone to somewhat sudden changes in temperature the weather is actually pretty pleasant year-round. It is getting a little colder outside, but the average high temperature, in November is actually 62 degrees. In December, the average drops to a brisk 51 degrees, just enough chill to break out the hot chocolate and blankets.

Even though Oklahoma’s weather is often sensationalized, it never hurts to be weather aware. Luckily for Oklahomans, the National Weather Center is located in Norman, just south of Oklahoma City. The center is home to the most technologically advanced weather equipment in the world and does an amazing job of monitoring not only the weather in central Oklahoma but of the world. Are you the type that likes to plan ahead? The City of Oklahoma City offers winter weather resources, like snow routes and preparation tips.

Comments

<p>This is a great blog for anyone who is planning on moving to Oklahoma City to read. When moving to a new region there are several things that one has to get accustomed to, weather is one of them.
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The last thing you want to do is move to a new state and realize that the weather is not up to your standard. As for me, I try and stay clear of freezing temperatures. I can handle the cold however I always do my research before moving. This way I don't find myself caught off guard when I am unequipped for freezing temperatures.
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Luckily, Oklahoma City maintains a comfortable temperature throughout the winter months. And to restate the blog, just give it a day, if the weather seems to be below normal.
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If you are like me and are not looking for winters that keep you locked up inside all day, <a href="http://www.allmysons.com/oklahomacity/" target="_blank">move to Oklahoma City</a> and enjoy winters that are within 50 and 60 degrees.</p>
Posted by: Ben Ford on November 25, 2014 at 7:06:00 am

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