Gov. Kevin Stitt declared a state of emergency on Friday ahead of predictions of blizzard-like conditions in Oklahoma.
All 77 counties are under this state of emergency order that was filed on Friday with the Oklahoma Secretary of State.
Oklahoma first saw extreme freezing temperatures and winter weather on Sunday, Feb. 7, according to the executive order.
News 9 Chief Meteorologist David Payne predicts a large snow storm will arrive and blanket Oklahoma on Sunday.
The state emergency operations plan was activated.
While all officials urge Oklahomans to stay off the roads when winter weather impacts travel safety, if you must get out on the roads, take the following precautions:
The executive order will expire in 30 days.
Click here to view the order.