OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Dozens of schools remain closed, especially in northeastern Oklahoma, as frigid temperatures continued across the state.
Tuesday's predawn temperatures in the region remained below 10 degrees - but the National Weather Service was predicting sunny skies and temperature approaching and into the 40s in the state.
Both Oklahoma Gas and Electric and Public Service Company of Oklahoma reported no power outages in their service areas.
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