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Winter Storm Shifting From the Central U.S. to the Northeast; Severe Thunderstorms in the South

A winter storm will track to the Lower Mississippi River Valley by Monday and across the central Appalachians Monday night to southern New England by Tuesday. A swath of snow, sleet and freezing rain will spread from the Central Plains east into southern New England by Monday and Tuesday. Severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and tornadoes are possible over the northern Gulf Coast on Monday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Dec. 15, 2019 at 1:58:44 pm CST

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We are expecting up to an inch of snow for portions of northeast Oklahoma, with icing amounts up to a tenth of an inch. Slick spots will likely develop tonight into Monday morning on untreated roads and bridges.
Freezing drizzle or light freezing rain is expected to develop across northeast Oklahoma late tonight. The precipitation may transition to snow by early Monday morning with some light accumulations possible. A light glaze of ice is possible on trees and powerlines. Untreated bridges or elevated surfaces will likely become slippery due to the freezing rain and snow.
.Today...Cloudy. Areas of fog and patchy light drizzle. Highs 32 to 60.
.Tonight...Cloudy. Chance of light drizzle and light freezing drizzle. Chance of light rain and light freezing rain. Lows 22 to 48.
.Mon...Cloudy. Chance of light drizzle and light freezing drizzle. Highs 30 to 56.
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