Things will pick up again as our next storm system works through on Thursday with another strong cold front. Expect a light wintry mix of rain, a little sleet, and snow across parts of the state. We won’t see much in the way of accumulation however. At best we’re looking at a dusting of snow around NW, C, and E OK as indicated by the map below. Temperatures will be at their nicest on Wednesday and then downhill from there for Thursday and beyond. The very aggressive Canadian model brings pipe bursting temps back again early next week. Others are more moderate. It’s too early to say at this point, but worth monitoring. It will be cold regardless and we’ll likely stay in the 20s and 30s for highs over the weekend. Could also see some flurries on Sunday/Monday with the arrival of another front. Check back for updates this week. -AT

Temperatures on Wednesday afternoon.


Temperatures on Thursday afternoon.

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Best snow accumulations will be north into KS on Thursday closer to the center of the upper low.


Estimated snowfall totals on Thursday.

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