TULSA - Howling winds and bitter cold combined to make northeast Oklahoma a dangerous place to be outdoors Sunday, and the cold will intensify overnight and early Monday.
FOX23 Chief Meterologist James Aydelott says temperatures will remain in the low teens, with wind chills below zero, through Sunday, and will drop further early Monday.
The forecast for the first day of the work week doesn't show temperatures climbing much above 20 degrees, and again wind chills will make it feel much colder.
As far as precipitation, the snow accumulation on top of what sleet or ice that has already fallen will likely total between one to three inches, with higher accumulations as one moves north of Tulsa.
The good news is that the cold snap will come to an end, with a slow warm up bringing highs in the 30s on Tuesday, 40s on Wednesday and 50s by the end of the week.