A Winter Storm Watch is in effect through Tuesday for Washington, Osage and Pawnee counties.
Rain will increase across most of the area late Sunday night into Monday with a mix or changeover to snow possible northwest of interstate 44 by late Monday afternoon.
News On 6 Meteorologist Travis Meyer says a significant winter storm could impact much of eastern Oklahoma late Monday into early Tuesday.
Trav says, “Sunday night into Monday it gets really weird. We have another strong storm system coming in. And a gusty south wind will keep our temperature steady right around 43, 44 degree area in the morning. Falling into the 30s in the afternoon with about a 70 percent chance of rain, showers and I would not be surprised if that mixes with some snow as it ends pretty much Monday night into Tuesday morning.”
There's another storm brewing for later in the week.
“And then another system comes in next weekend that could be very significant, very warm and a significant weather outbreak.”
The track of these storms is still uncertain.
The National Weather Service says it is likely that the watch will eventually be expanded farther east and south with later forecasts.
The KRMG StormCenter stands ready to bring you the latest winter weather information should the weather turn severe.
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