Winter storm blasts Oklahoma overnight

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*Freezing drizzle, freezing rain, and sleet possible through Monday morning*

Snow, sleet, and light freezing rain is possible in much of the state, including the OKC metro.

As temperatures fall into the 20s overnight, ALL roads will start becoming slick and icy, so drive safely. Rain, freezing rain, and sleet will fall south of I-40, so just about everyone in Oklahoma will have to deal with this mess Monday morning as you head out the door.

Monday morning will start off with slick spots on bridges and overpasses, but we’ll have a good chance of rising back above freezing into the mid to upper 30s during the afternoon. Partial sunshine will return Monday after noon clearing up any lingering road issues.

Our second storm system will move in Monday night and impact the Tuesday morning commute. Arctic air will plunge highs to the 30s and strong north winds will create wind chills in the teens and 20s. Accumulating snow is possible…stay tuned for updates!