FORECAST: Light snow is possible through this evening; watch for icy spots

TULSA - Light snow will snow will continue into the evening hours.  Heavier snowfall amounts will be found south of Tulsa but some parts of the metro may end up with around 1 to 2 inches of snow.  The snow will taper to flurries around 10pm and come to an end by midnight.  Thursday looks sunny but cool!

Temperatures will likely drop into the teens tonight, so there will be many slick spots overnight into the early morning hours.

Roads and travel:

  • Road conditions will be worse during the afternoon and night.
  • All the sleet and snow ends by Thursday morning.
  • The worst travel issues will be far E, SE Oklahoma and Arkansas. Schools likely canceled here.

 

WEATHER LINKS | LIVE RADAR | 7-DAY FORECAST | ALERTSCURRENT CONDITIONS | CLOSINGS

Tonight; Most snow ending by midnight.  Less than an inch in Tulsa and north of Tulsa, 1 to 3 south & east.
Precip chance: 80%
Wind: N 10-15 mph
Overnight Low: 16°

Thursday: Clearing skies and cold.
Wind: N becoming S 10 mph
Afternoon High: 35°

Friday:
Mostly sunny, not as cold.
Wind: SW 10-15 mph
Morning Low: 25°
Afternoon High: 47°
 

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