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Last Map Update: Wed, Feb. 21, 2018 at 9:05:35 pm CST

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Areas of light freezing drizzle are expected to continue across much of Oklahoma and western north Texas overnight as temperatures remain well below freezing across the entire area. Isolated pockets of sleet may also occur. This will make for dangerous driving conditions overnight into Thursday morning.
Another round of freezing rain will develop Thursday morning, mainly west of I-35. East of I-35 there will be a freezing rain / rain mix.
A freezing rain / rain mix will continue into the afternoon with the freezing rain transitioning to rain from east to west into the evening.
Fire weather will be near critical in parts of western north Texas this weekend, with some elevated areas in far western Oklahoma. Monday will have elevated fire weather in western parts of Oklahoma and western north Texas.
A nice warming trend will commence in earnest by Friday and mild temperatures will continue into next week.

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