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Slight Warm Up, But For Only One Day

Sunday, February 17, 2019 - University Meteorologist, Dr. Kevin Kloesel

A slow warm up into the 40s today, then another blast of cold air will drop high temperatures back into the 30s again on Monday and Tuesday, with a wintry mix of precipitation possible on Tuesday. As is seemingly always the case in winter, Central Oklahoma will be the location of the freeze line and multiple precipitation types will be possible, including snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain. At this time, any accumulations will likely be on the light side, but we will be updating information here as we continue to assess the inbound storm.

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