The National Weather Service in Tulsa issued a winter storm warning at 8:46 Sunday morning.
The warning lasts until noon and includes Mayes County.
Winter weather advisory is in effect for the rest of northeastern Oklahoma, including Tulsa.
The moderate to heavy snow will continue this morning and taper off by early afternoon.
Gusty north winds will create dangerous wind chills near zero this morning with blowing and drifting snow.
FOX23 Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott says, "Bitter cold temperatures and bitter wind chills become our weather headline. Today's high is only 19, but it won't feel that warm."
The very cold air combined with north winds of 10 to 20 mph will lead to very dangerous wind chills Sunday night into Monday morning around 10 degrees below zero.
We could end up with several inches of snow and traffic conditions are already poor with snow on top of ice.
Several churches have canceled services.
Before your Monday morning commute, be sure to tune into the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter.
KRMG reporters will be out on the streets to check on road conditions.
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