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Storms Moving Through the Pacific Northwest, Northern Plains and Great Lakes

A series of storm systems will continue bring heavy snowfall to much of the Inter-mountain West through the weekend. Snow will also continue in the northern Plains and spread into the Great Lakes and Northeast States by Sunday. Heavy lake-effect snow will continue today before tapering off by Sunday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Dec. 10, 2016 at 4:17:29 pm CST

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Drizzle or light rain will be likely across southeast Oklahoma Sunday morning. Rainfall amounts will be minimal (a few hundredths of an inch as most).
Southerly winds will bring warmer weather yet to most of Oklahoma and north Texas on Sunday. Cooler conditions are expected for most of the upcoming week, so at most locations, Sunday will be the warmest day of the coming week.
After a warm day Sunday, a strong cooling trend will set in on Monday. Drizzle will become common toward midweek, and with temperatures near/below freezing across most of Oklahoma, some freezing drizzle is possible. At this time, no significant icing is expected. Somewhat warmer weather will return for Friday, but another cold front will bring temperatures back down for Saturday.

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