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Winter Storm impacting Oklahoma with ice, sleet, snow and flooding

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*** A WINTER STORM WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR WESTERN OKLAHOMA FOR 6PM SATURDAY THROUGH 6PM 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. ***

Thundersnow and thundersleet are possible throughout the day along and west of I-35.

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Blizzard conditions will continue in western Oklahoma and 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.

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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.

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Stay tuned for updates!

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