A winter weather advisory is in effect for much of the state through Monday afternoon.
Snow will likely move into western Oklahoma by 6 pm Sunday and spread east into OKC by 10 pm. Here’s a look at Predictor around 10 pm:
Snow will mix with sleet, mainly after 3 am in the metro, and continue through your Monday morning commute. Expect snow in northern Oklahoma overnight and freezing rain in southeastern portions of the state. Accumulations overnight range from 1-2″ north and east, to 1″ in central Oklahoma.
Here’s a look at your Monday morning forecast:
An additional 1″ of snow and sleet is possible in OKC with less than one-quarter inch of ice in southeastern OK. The precipitation should end in the metro between noon to 1 pm.
In summary, total accumulations in the metro: 1-2″ with isolated amounts of 3″ possible north and east by the time the system moves out Monday afternoon. Roads will be very slick for your Monday morning commute so give yourself some extra time before driving.
Temperatures will rise above freezing during the early afternoon Monday, improving road conditions slightly. However, with temperatures expected to drop to near freezing again Monday night, residual moisture may re-freeze so use caution while driving Tuesday AM also.
Tuesday afternoon we’re in the 50s and dry.