TULSA - Like snow?
Then you may be in luck. Well, maybe not a lot of luck.
Storm Shield Chief Meteorologist Brett Anthony is forecasting a "dusting" of snow for the Tulsa area and northeastern Oklahoma.
Anthony said the snow is a result of a low pressure system in Minnesota combined with energy coming on shore in the Pacific Northwest.
"This little piece," said Anthony referencing the weather system in Idaho. "Is going to drift down through the Rockies and eventually into Oklahoma." Watch the video above to see his explanation of the two systems and how much snow could be dropped along the way.
So when will it arrive in the Sooner State? Our future track radar has the precipitation crossing the Kansas state line around 2 p.m. and into the Tulsa area about two hours later. It doesn't stick around long though. Check out the timeline of radar images by clicking this photo:
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