Okla. Sees Wind Chills In Teens, Single Digits; Wintry Precipitation On The Way


Monday, November 30th 2020, 7:13 am
By: Lacey Swope


Monday morning will be frigid with wind chills in the teen.

Some parts of the state could see wind chill temperatures in the single digits.

Lows all week will be at or below freezing.

The next couple of afternoons will be in the 40s and 50s.

Our next storm arrives Wednesday. It will bring showers at first, but we will struggle to make it out of the 30s in the afternoon.

By Wednesday evening we could see a wintry mix of sleet and snow with a change over to light snow Wednesday night. Right now the heaviest snow looks to be in northeast Oklahoma with most of the OKC metro seeing one inch or less.

There may still be some some sleet or snow around Thursday morning.

Right now this doesn’t look to be a major winter storm for our area, but light snow is looking more likely.

The rest of the week into the weekend will be cold and chilly, but dry.