Lasting Cold Temperatures And A Chance Of Snow For Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY - You've heard many times how Oklahoma dodged a bullet with this storm that is moving through and Saturday will be no different.
Temperatures will stay above freezing across most of the state Saturday, except in west and northwest Oklahoma, where below freezing temps will keep precipitation up that direction as primarily snow.
The highs for Saturday will stay cold but above freezing in OKC. The precipitation will stay as mainly drizzle or very light rain.
The upper-level low will move out across the state Saturday and bring up to 3 inches of snow in far northwest Oklahoma.
A bitter cold arctic front moves in Saturday night, dropping lows into the teens and keeping highs for Sunday only in the 20s, but there will still be sunshine.
The rest of the week looks dry right now with another arctic front arriving on Wednesday.