UPDATE 1:30 p.m. A winter storm warning has been issued for parts of the News 9 viewing area.
Included in the warning are Alfalfa, Blaine, Custer, Dewey, Ellis, Garfield, Harper, Major, Roger Mills, Woods and Woodward counties. The warning is in effect until noon Thursday.
Oklahoma's next winter storm is brewing to the northwest.
A Winter Storm Watch is out for the counties in northwest Oklahoma. This is the area where the highest impacts will be.
Tuesday still looks quiet and seasonable. Highs will be in the 40s and 50s. There will be an increase in clouds through the day.
Rain will move in Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Look for drizzle Wednesday morning in Oklahoma City.
Through most of the day Wednesday, temperatures in OKC will be above 32 degrees. This means we will mainly see a cold rain with some sleet and snow mixing in.
For northwest Oklahoma, temperatures will be colder and rain will change to snow around midday. As the evening turns to night, temperatures will cool and more widespread snow is expected.
Wednesday night, this storm will pull away and the precipitation will become spotty. There could still be some flurries or light snow early Thursday.
Roads and bridges will likely become snow covered in northern and northwest Oklahoma. This means travel will be tricky Wednesday evening and Thursday morning.
OKC Metro roads will likely be wet, with a few slick spots.
Stay with News 9 for the latest forecast.