From News9 meteorologist Stephanie Malone...
As you woke up this morning you may have noticed some dense fog, or what even seemed like a mist. Expect fog in areas around Oklahoma until midnight. Many in the northern portions of Oklahoma had a slippery morning with freezing drizzle and rain, but with temperatures climbing about freezing, the icy glaze on streets should melt this afternoon. As we do move on through the evening hours, expect continued dense fog and the possibility of a light shower.
Tomorrow will be a nice, mild day with cloudy skies and temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 50s with variable winds at 5 to 15 miles per hour.
Saturday Oklahoma recieves another batch of arctic air, giving us highs only in the upper 30s, with a very slight chance for some light snow. Sunday and Monday will be dry, but cold and windy. Highs only getting up into the upper 20s and a north wind at 10 to 30 miles per hour.
Tuesday and Wednesday will also be cold, with highs in the mid to upper 30s, with a slight chance for light snow on Tuesday.
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