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Snow and Ice Moving Through Oklahoma

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Courtesy Sacha Thomas Courtesy Sacha Thomas

Snow and ice continues to move across the area this morning, causing hazardous road conditions.

This morning the wind chill values will be between 10 and 20 and the high for the day will only reach 29.

Expect road conditions to worsen this afternoon, so please either take it slow, or better yet, avoid being out.

3-6 inches of snow are now expected in Tulsa.

Up to 5 inches of snow is possible to our South, along I-40.

Further North, expect lighter amounts, while further South, ice could be a problem (mainly closer to the Red River and the TX border).

Expect a break Monday, before more unsettled winter weather moves in Tuesday and the end of next week into the weekend.

Today: Snow, moderate to heavy at times. Total by this evening: 2-3" in Tulsa. Winds: N 10-25 mph. High: 27.

Tonight: Cloudy skies with a few flurries. Winds: Light N. Low: 13.

Have a safe Sunday!


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