Out the door Thursday morning, wind chills are in the single digits and teens with a gusty north wind.
Bundle up! Temperatures are cold enough for a little sleet and freezing rain in western and northwest Oklahoma. We look to stay all rain in Oklahoma City with temperatures in the mid 30s.
Winds Thursday night will change direction, and will be out of the south. This means temperatures will actually warm overnight. This is great news, and will help to limit the ice totals.
Not a major ice storm, but ice could cause slick bridges and saggy tree limbs/power lines. Most areas in the ice zone will see a glaze to a 1/4 “ of freezing rain. However, it is possible that a few isolated areas could see slightly higher amounts.
Trackers will be out through the day Thursday and into Friday.
Stay with News 9, we'll keep you advised.
Bitterly cold Tuesday morning! The wind chill will be dangerously cold a day after Oklahoma City saw record snowfall.
A frosty start to Friday! Temps will remain below normal but some sunshine will return to end the week.
Great weather will start off the work week with seasonable highs approaching 70 degrees both Monday and Tuesday.
Most of Wednesday will be dry and mild daytime highs expected.
Some frost will likely develop Tuesday morning as clouds and areas of rain are expected toward the south.