Second round of snow moving through the state, freezing rain to come

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OKLAHOMA CITY –  Bundle up tight because a second storm will move into the state on Saturday morning, bringing a mixture of sleet and snow.

Saturday morning will be in the high teens to low 20s, and the day will not see temps above freezing, with a high of 29 expected.

Roads might get a little messy Saturday night into Sunday morning because of light freezing rain.

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The second wave will bring a concentration of snow, with most of northern Oklahoma getting 2-5 inches of snow, while the middle of the state will get an additional 1-3 inches on top of what the first wave dropped on Friday.

The southeastern part of the state shouldn’t get much more than a light dust of snow mixed with sleet this weekend.

Freezing rain will keep coming through Sunday night, so stay cautious on the roads.

Sunday night should be the last for this set of winter storms, but the Sooner State won’t see sunshine again until Wednesday.

Stay tuned for the latest!

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