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Light Winter Mix Falls, Daylight Saving Time Begins

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Don't forget to set your clocks forward one hour tonight as Daylight Saving Time begins. Don't forget to set your clocks forward one hour tonight as Daylight Saving Time begins.
Temperatures will stay just above freezing here in Oklahoma City, keeping most of the precipitation as rain. Temperatures will stay just above freezing here in Oklahoma City, keeping most of the precipitation as rain.
As mid-level temperatures hover around freezing, a winter mix for Oklahoma City is possible late morning into the early afternoon. As mid-level temperatures hover around freezing, a winter mix for Oklahoma City is possible late morning into the early afternoon.
Snow showers will slowly arrive in western and northwestern Oklahoma through the early afternoon, where one to three inches of accumulation is possible. Snow showers will slowly arrive in western and northwestern Oklahoma through the early afternoon, where one to three inches of accumulation is possible.

Light showers, possibly mixed with a little sleet and snow, will continue through noon for central Oklahoma. A few slick spots on the road are possible.

Snow showers will slowly arrive in western and northwestern Oklahoma through the early afternoon, where one to three inches of accumulation is possible. Temperatures will stay just above freezing here in Oklahoma City, keeping most of the precipitation as rain.

Again, though, as mid-level temperatures hover around freezing, a winter mix for Oklahoma City is possible late morning into the early afternoon. A dusting of snow is possible. Highest totals will stay in northern Oklahoma.

The precipitation ends later this afternoon as the system exits. Any wet roads will have slick spots in the morning as temperatures fall into the mid and upper 20s. Highs rebound into the 50s on Sunday afternoon!

And don't forget to set your clocks forward one hour tonight as Daylight Saving Time begins!

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