Freezing Drizzle Saturday, Weather Advisory For Central, Southern, Northeast Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY - Extremely light freezing mist/drizzle falling across parts of central Oklahoma, including OKC, early Saturday morning. No reports of anything heavy. However, a few slick spots will be possible through the morning. If any ice develops today, there won't be any melting.
A light ice glaze was captured on News 9's Integris Baptist Skycam around 6:30 a.m.
6:35am- The lightest ice glaze on our Integris Baptist skycam (Northwest Expressway & Lake Hefner Parkway). Haven't heard of any road problems as the precipitation has been EXTREMELY light. Still take it slow if you're out this morning! #okwx @NEWS9 pic.twitter.com/czfz9a5lJe— Matt Mahler (@themahler) February 10, 2018
A travel advisory is in effect for central Oklahoma until noon, Saturday. The wind will stay at least 15-20mph until noon for the metro.
Highs Saturday won't likely get out of the 20's, and wind chills early in the day will be brutally low.
A few flurries are possible for northwest Oklahoma. Cold rain changing into a light mix in southeastern Oklahoma.
Another burst of winter weather arrives Saturday night into Sunday morning, especially in the north-central part of the state.
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