After more below normal temperatures on Sunday (20s lows, mid 40s to lower 50s highs) it appears that we have yet another brush with winter coming for the early morning hours of Monday. However, some light snow could work through the southern half of the TV-9 area later Sunday night, with some scattered very light snow or flurries possible in most spots Monday.
Skies will be partly sunny Thursday in Oklahoma City with a high temperature near 69 degrees.
A small craft advisory remains in effect until Sunday morning.
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Tomorrow: A rather breezy and gloomy day is in store for us tomorrow with a high of 49 degrees. Be careful on the roads, as paved surfaces quickly froze, then became snow covered last night as the arctic front moved through. High tide will be at 2.53am and 3.18pm, while low tide will be at 9.36am and 9.06pm. This is the system that at one time looked like it could track much further north and bring a widespread significant snowstorm to the area. Our winds will stay out of the northwest however and this will help to keep high temperatures chilly...generally mid 40s.
Our next rain chance comes in late Monday into early Tuesday, but should just be mostly rain. Enjoy that dry day, because a soaker is on the way Friday.
Don't expect spring to blossom in all its glory this weekend, as temperatures are expected to remain below average and the nights could feel like you're in a meat locker, forecasters say. We are seeing the warm moist air moving back in and a strong push of cold air dropping south.