Look for light drizzle and freezing drizzle through the evening hours; Snow moves in early Monday

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Our next winter storm is moving in!

Look for light drizzle and freezing drizzle to affect Oklahoma through the evening and overnight hours.

To the north, light snow will move in late tonight through the early morning hours and may produce between 1/2" and 1" of snow in the northernmost counties of the state.

Meteorologist Aaron Brackett says "After a bit of a break from the intense winter weather we'll be back at it Monday and Tuesday. We're looking at light snow off and on through these days with a return to cooler weather. At the end of the week, temps will finally rise to nearly 50 degrees."

The second half of this storm will bring snow midday Tuesday through Tuesday night.  Stay tuned for updates on the storm timing and forecast snow totals.

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