Major storm system moves in this weekend

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***Flash Flood Warning for Oklahoma County, OK in effect from Dec 26 at 12:22 PM CST until Dec 26 at 3:15 PM CST

***A WINTER STORM WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR WESTERN OKLAHOMA FOR 6 P.M. SATURDAY THROUGH 6 P.M. MONDAY. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR CENTRAL OKLAHOMA FOR SATURDAY EVENING THROUGH MONDAY AFTERNOON. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR CENTRAL, SOUTHERN AND EASTERN OKLAHOMA FOR TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT.***

A few weak showers are possible over southeast Oklahoma this evening, but most of our rain potential doesn’t start until after midnight tonight.

A major storm system will move in this weekend.

Heavy rain and storms will move into central, southern and eastern Oklahoma tomorrow afternoon. Severe storms are possible in southeastern Oklahoma.

Rain will transition to ice and sleet for central and western Oklahoma Saturday night into Sunday morning. Thundersnow and thundersleet is possible Sunday morning in central and western Oklahoma.

Blizzard conditions will begin early Sunday in western Oklahoma and continue through Monday.

The bulls-eye for snow totals keeps changing, however, models are consistently showing the heaviest snow occurring in west Texas and northwestern Oklahoma. Snow is still possible for the metro, depending on how far east the bulls-eye of snow moves.

The system will move out by late Monday.