Looking at some of the new evening computer data leads me to believe this will end up being a pretty healthy snowstorm for the northern half of the state. It still looks like the heaviest snowfall will be across the northern quarter of the state where 5 or more inches of snow will fall. I would not be surprised to see someone with more than 8 inches in Grant or Kay counties.
The wind will blow the snow around quite a bit tomorrow so travel will be difficult especially in the north.
The accumulating snow will extend south into the OKC metro area with a good 1-3 inches likley by late afternoon. Lesser amounts are expected farther south.
The snow will be out of central Oklahoma by late afternoon, and out of the state by 10 pm.
Rusty and Andy will be covering the storm very early tomorrow so make sure you tune in to Eyewitness News 5 starting at 5 am for all the latest on school closings and road conditions.