Big cold front arrives with snow

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OKLAHOMA- Snow, sleet, and rain are staying in the forecast through the morning and into the early afternoon before clearing out by this evening. Where snow and sleet are reaching the ground, you may have some slick spots on bridges and overpasses, but most roads will just be wet. Still, it’s not a bad idea to give yourself extra time to get to where you’re going this morning.

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Rain chances are 50%, but rain totals will be light at only a few hundredths to a tenth of an inch.

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Panhandle cities along with Woodward and Alva are set to get a mixture of light snow showers, ice pellets, and cold rain at anytime tonight.

Totals will be light and won’t last long after hitting the ground, but you could end up seeing half an inch to an inch of snow before all is said and done.

Showers will pop up from time to time and could mix with some ice pellets or snowflakes in cities west of I-35.

Again, totals will be light and won’t stick to anything other than possibly bridges and overpasses.


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