WEBVTT MICHAEL: I AM METEOROLOGISTMICHAEL ARMSTRONG WITH YOURUPDATED FORECAST.IT LOOKS LIKE ANY AMOUNT OF SNOWWILL BE VERY LIMITED, PERHAPS UPTO AN INCH ACROSS NORTHERNOKLAHOMA OR CHANCES ARE THEHIGHEST.ONLY A 20% CHANCE OF FLURRIESELSEWHERE.INTO THE EVENING HOURS, THECHANCES SHIFT FURTHER SOUTH ANDCENTRAL OKLAHOMA.WE MAY SEE A FEW FLURRIES, BUTNO ACCUMULATION EXPECTED HERE INTHE METRO.ADVISORIES ARE WIDESPREAD FROMTEXAS UP INTO ARKANSAS, AND ALSOACROSS MISSOURI AND TO OURNORTHEAST.IF YOU'RE...
KOCO Meteorologist Michael Armstrong says to expect much colder temperatures as arctic air pours into Oklahoma today. A few snow flurries are possible, but travel problems are not expected across most of the state.
WEBVTT TEMPERATURES IN THE 50'S TODAY.A LITTLE BIT WARMER.IT WILL BE A COLD START WITHTEMPERATURES WILL MAKE IT INTOTHE UPPER 40'S AND LOW TO MID50'S.KEEP IN MIND WITH THE SOUTHWESTWIND, IT WILL BE AVAILABLEWINDCHILL.IT WILL STILL FEEL LIKE 40'S.HEADING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION.THERE WILL BE SOME MORE COLDTEMPERATURES COMING IN FORTOMORROW.MAINLY SOME FLURRIES POSSIBLEFOR THAT ACTIVITY FOR MONDAYAFTERNOON.ONLY ABOUT A 20% CHANCE FOR MOSTOF US.NOW LOOKING FOR MUCH OF THE WAYOF ACCUMULATION.THE...
Pretty interesting temperature map this morning. Not too often you see a freezing line with the coldest temps in SE OK. All about the clouds and the wind, or lack thereof. @okmesonet#okwxhttps://t.co/DhLbhOzSpN
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