As we continue in an active cold pattern, occasional arctic blasts will just reach Oklahoma providing brief but ugly cool downs. There are a few weak upper systems to move across which could produce a little snow as well. I’ll detail this below…
First up, the next cold front arrives midday Tuesday into C OK. Temperatures will fall throughout the afternoon and with winds gusting over 30 mph again, wind chill values will fall into the lower 20s by late day. So bundle up! There will be a little rain with this front mainly east of I-35. I do expect a few snow flurries across the NW and N parts of the state during the day Tuesday but nothing significant. Also expect a touch of light snow across far SE OK Wednesday morning around the Texarkana region.
The Canadian model is used here to show a few disturbances of snow through the end of the month. So far most of these appear to contain nothing more than a dusting at best. The most likely one that may have a little more umph to it is around the end of the month. That could bring the DFW area it’s best snowfall in years!
Eventually one of the many arctic fronts that come in will have much more bite to it as well. The Canadian model suggests the front on the 28th will drop our temperatures below zero across NE OK and around zero degrees in OKC. Time will tell, but my goodness!
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