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Another Winter Storm Heading Towards Oklahoma

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We are seeing storm number 2 and it is headed this way. It is currently across California and Arizona. It will be moving over head tonight into Tuesday.

Some key points about this storm:

While the last storm brought the heaviest winter weather to southeast Oklahoma, this next one will bring the heaviest to the northwest part of the state. Near the Kansas line there may be totals exceeding 6 inches.

Once again, the OKC metro will have winter weather, but it will not be in the cross hairs of the worst of storm number 2.

News 9 Weather Page

The OKC area is expecting rounds of a winter mix starting after 6 PM this evening, but especially after midnight. Rain, freezing rain, sleet and eventually snow will all be possible. The air temperatures with this system will not get extremely cold. The storm will move out during the day and by 6 PM Tuesday, it will be nearly out of the state.

Much colder air will rush into the state late Tuesday setting up some bone chilling temperatures Wednesday and Thursday!

Storm number 3 will begin showing itself on Thursday and last through Saturday. It is looking to be the biggest of the three. We will talk more on that at a later time.

Stay with News 9. We will keep you advised.

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