Winter mix hits the state: How much to expect over the next few days

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A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for most of the metro until 6 a.m. Saturday.

A Wind Advisory has been issued for west-central, central and southwestern Oklahoma from 6 p.m. today until 6 a.m. tomorrow.

Northwest Oklahoma is already seeing freezing temperatures.

Temperatures will drop to the 20s by tomorrow morning with patchy freezing rain and sleet with some seeing wind chills in the single digits.

There will be slick spots on the roads, especially for bridges and overpasses.

Another round of freezing rain, sleet and snow (north) will be possible tomorrow night through early Saturday.

This round will likely result in ice accumulations, possibly resulting in power outages.

If you lose power you can get the latest weather and news information on KFOR Apps, download here.

Another upper level storm system will move through Sunday bringing a chance for snow.

Right now models show a trace to 3" of snow accumulations.

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