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Warm Up Is On The Way After Wintry Oklahoma Weekend

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The pesky freezing drizzle around Sunday morning will, unfortunately, keep side roads, neighborhood streets and your sidewalks, driveways very VERY slick.

Don't expect much, if any, improvement Sunday morning. Interstates and turnpikes are much improved, but please be aware of slick spots that will show up on the bridges and overpasses.

By lunch time, temperatures will slowly rise above freezing for a few hours, allowing for some melting. Primary roads should be good to go by Sunday afternoon. The drizzle will slowly dissipate afternoon as well.

We won't melt for long, so whatever is still on the roads tonight will refreeze as temps drop back into the 20s. Expect slick spots on your Monday morning commute.

Temperatures will be back above freezing Monday afternoon with a few light showers possible.

Fifties and 60s are expected on Tuesday ahead of another cold front. A few showers and storms will be possible SE of OKC before another potential round of winter weather on Wednesday.

Stay with News9, we'll keep you advised.

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