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Winter Storm Leaves Behind Cold Temps, Moisture

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Tulsa collected 1.21 inches on Monday - the most total precipitation in one day since mid October. Tulsa collected 1.21 inches on Monday - the most total precipitation in one day since mid October.

The powerful winter storm has moved out of Oklahoma but left behind some incredible moisture across the area.

Tulsa collected 1.21 inches on Monday - the most total precipitation in one day since mid October.

Tulsa is not only experiencing above normal precipitation for the month but the year by 1.37 inches -something we have seen in more than six months.

Even though the system is gone it will remain cool for the next few day with lows in the 20s and highs in the 40s.

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