A major winter storm is underway, bringing snow and a wintry mix to parts of Oklahoma Wednesday.
A winter storm warning is in effect until noon Thursday for parts of northwest Oklahoma.
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.
Temperatures will remain near or above freezing for most areas so rain or a wet snow will be possible with some occasional areas of sleet.
The snow looks to be heaviest in northwest Oklahoma and that is where the worst travel conditions will develop.
News 9 meteorologist Lacey Swope said northwest Oklahoma could see up to a foot of snow between Wednesday and Thursday morning.
Oklahoma City will see rain early and most of the day Wednesday, but a dusting of snow could mix in later in the day. The best snow chance for OKC will be Wednesday night or Thursday morning.
Stay with News 9 for the latest forecast.