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News 9 Viewers Share Thursday Snow Day Photos

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Riley Lang Foshee from Wayne, Oklahoma, found this icicle. Riley Lang Foshee from Wayne, Oklahoma, found this icicle.
A News 9 viewer shared with us this "Jeep Love" photo. A News 9 viewer shared with us this "Jeep Love" photo.
A viewer sent us this photo of a snow house. A viewer sent us this photo of a snow house.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Many Oklahomans woke up to a winter wonderland as 2014's third winter storm moved across the state Thursday morning.

For those who have to drive to work Thursday morning, commute will be difficult and drivers are urged to be cautious.

However, many Oklahoma school districts have canceled classes for the day, and Oklahoma children are taking advantage of this opportunity to play in the snow.

From building a snowman, making snow cones, to building a snow house in the backyard, News 9 viewers are sending photos from across Oklahoma in the spirit of this wintry weather.

Click on the slideshow to see more viewer photos.

2/6/2014 Related Story: Snow Falls Across Central Oklahoma Thursday Morning

We want you to stay warm in this weather. But if you are out and safe, bundle up, and we want to see your weather photos!

Send us your weather pictures along with the description of where the photo was taken and who is in it to pics@news9.net.

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