A storm system that has been on the horizon since last week could bring some snow to the area tomorrow.
News On 6 Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer tells us we had a cold front yesterday and today the cold air is seeking in.
The main part of this storm system is finally going to filter through Tuesday afternoon.
Rain and some sleet is possible tomorrow afternoon.
Travis says that will be followed with some snow tomorrow night, possibly one to two inches.
It could be enough snow to have some slick bridges and overpasses Wednesday morning.
It is expected to start as a freezing rain / sleet mix and transition into snow.
Expect to see some rain early Tuesday afternoon that will transition to freezing rain or sleet.
The rain will likely transition to snow before the end of the day on Tuesday.
More snow is expected in areas further north and east of Tulsa.
A high temperature near 50 for Wednesday means any snowfall that has accumulated will melt away quickly.
This comes just after our area has seen fire danger due to the long lasting drought.
Any precipitation is extremely welcome after Oklahoma saw fire danger over the weekend.
High winds to the north of Tulsa had people on alert for a high fire danger.
The National Weather Service tells KRMG that strong winds yesterday led to an advisory for fire danger.
Areas to the north of Tulsa saw the highest winds with gusts near 40 mph.
Here in Tulsa, our highest gusts were around 35 mph.