Winter storm watch is now in effect for Oklahoma ahead of this weekend’s snowstorm.
Friday there will be light snowfall. This will add an additional trace to the ½ inch of snow most locations along and north of Interstate 44 got Thursday.
Drivers need to watch for slick spots on untreated roads.
Friday temperatures will struggle to make it out of the teens with wind chills in the single digits all day.
Light snow is possible again Saturday with highs in the teens.
Sunday the winds ramp up, and the snow begins early. Travel will be very tough if not impossible in some areas as the blowing snow takes over.
Snow moves out early Monday.
Totals will vary across the state with a range from 8 to 16 inches. Far northwest Oklahoma could see up to 20 inches of powdery snow.