Sun before snow; plan your weekend accordingly

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The sun will peek out on Saturday before the snow comes in.

On Saturday, a strong north wind will drop temperatures by the evening, but temps will be in the mid to high 50s for most of the day.

Saturday will be dry, but early morning snow is expected for Sunday for northeastern parts of the Sooner State.

That front will move to the west throughout the day on Sunday, leaving the state with 20 degree temps all the way through Sunday night. But there shouldn’t be any major issues for most of the state.

On Sunday night, another storm moves through the state.

That second storm could cause accumulating snow to develop across western and central Oklahoma.

There’s a high chance of precipitation and below freezing temperatures Monday, so keep your fingers crossed for a snow day.

Stay tuned for the latest!

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