A very cold airmass has settled over eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas this morning. Low temperatures this morning are expected to range from the mid teens to the upper 20s. Temperatures will warm into the mid 40s to around 50 this Afternoon under mostly sunny skies. There is potential for light wintry mix of rain and snow to develop across northeast Oklahoma late Sunday night and spread south and eastward during the day on Monday. Currently it appears a mixture of rain and snow is likely as temperatures are forecast to remain in the lower to mid 30s. Any snow accumulation is currently forecast to remain less than one inch across eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. The precipitation will end from north to south by Monday evening. Dry weather along with a slow warming trend is expected for the remainder of next week.
Cold and Then Light Snow Possible By Monday
By NWS-Tulsa • Nov 10, 2018