Freezing drizzle, some patchy sleet, and light snow are expected Wednesday morning.
Hazardous conditions will make roads and bridges difficult to navigate where the ice accumulates.
Light accumulations will glaze from near the Oklahoma City Metro and especially areas to areas south and east. Light ice could continue off and on through Thursday morning.
There may be some light accumulations of sleet or snow further north and west but amounts do not appear to be as significant.
The arctic surge is locked in for quite some time for most of Oklahoma. The data keeps temps near or below freezing all the way through the end of next week.
Several storms are expected to move overhead as more ice, sleet and snow will be possible and even quite disruptive.