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Weather Update: More Snow Falling Across Oklahoma

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Round 2 of the snow machine is currently moving through Oklahoma from southwest to northeast. Snowfall rates won't get out of control, but there will be times when moderate to heavy bands form, reducing visibility and making travel more difficult than it already is.

Over the next several hours, more dry air will occasionally filter in allowing for a brief reprieve in the snowfall. However, those areas of dry air will eventually fill back in and the snow will continue.

The snowfall will likely continue through at least 7 a.m. before tapering off between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. Another 1 to 2 inches, possibly 3 inches locally, will be possible during this time.

If you don't have to travel, stay home and off the roads while they're treated today. This system will eventually clear out this afternoon, leading to dangerously cold temperatures Saturday morning, likely in the single digits for many.

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