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Heavy Snow and Cold in the Upper Midwest; Areas of Locally Heavy Rain

Two Systems, one from Canada, and the other in the Southwest will merge into one as they progress eastward early to mid this week. Heavy snow, blowing snow, and much below normal temperatures can be expected in the Upper Midwest. Rain - some locally heavy - will develop along and ahead of the front. Behind the front will be patchy areas of a wintry mix. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Dec. 9, 2019 at 1:33:40 pm CST

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A cold front will move through eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas by early afternoon. High temps will occur this morning across northeast Oklahoma and then fall the rest of the day. Warmer temperatures are expected ahead of the front, across southeast Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Winds will shift to the northwest behind the front and be gusty through this evening.
Lows will drop below freezing in most locations overnight tonight. If there is still precipitation ongoing across southeast Oklahoma, then it may transition to a wintry mix. Little to no accumulation is expected so impacts will be minimal. Some slick spots may develop on elevated surfaces like bridges or overpasses overnight.
.Today...Cloudy. Slight chance of rain showers. Highs 36 to 71.
.Tonight...Light rain likely and slight chance of light freezing rain. Lows 21 to 38.
.Tue...Partly sunny. Slight chance of light freezing rain. Highs 36 to 49.
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