Sun is helping melt some snow on roads, stay cautious

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OKLAHOMA CITY – While Monday’s snowfall was beautiful, it did cause some problems on the roads.

Some side streets and neighborhood roads may still be slick on Tuesday evening, so you will want to stay aware on your drive home from work.

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The sun has returned to the state Tuesday afternoon, which is helping melt the snow-packed roads.

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However, it will probably take longer for the snow to melt in southern parts of Oklahoma since the sun won’t be as visible.

High temperatures will be in the mid-30s to low 40s across the state.

By Tuesday evening, temperatures will drop to the 20s with a chance for a few flurries along the Oklahoma-Texas border.

If the water doesn’t evaporate, you may still see some slick roads on Wednesday morning.

On Wednesday, high temperatures will be in the upper 40s to low 50s.

It will be the warmest day of the week, so you’ll want to enjoy it while it lasts.

On Thursday morning, another band of snow will head toward the panhandle and southern Oklahoma.

That storm is not expected to cause too many problems, but we are in store for another round of weather just 24 hours later.

Stay tuned!

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