Paramedics were busy during the latest round of snowfall.
EMSA responded to 34 car crashes from midnight to 5:00 Sunday evening.
Four people were taken to the hospital after falls and two for cold exposure.
The weather turned into a thunderstorm with sleet by mid-afternoon.
Calls from superintendents started pouring into the KRMG newsroom around 4:00 to cancel classes Monday.
FOX23 Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott says he expects somewhere between one to three inches of snowfall in the Tulsa area.
Temperatures are also bitterly cold and traffic conditions are expected to worsen.
Meteorologists with the National Weather Service office in Tulsa say they expect a gradual transition to all snow overnight before precipitation ends from west to east.
Many roadways will remain slick through Monday as temperatures remain very cold.
Workers at Jenks Collision Center planned on seeing an influx of business Monday morning.
Most of their business this time of year comes from single car crashes.
Dangerous wind chills will also continue.
A warming trend will begin Tuesday with much warmer weather expected by mid to late week.
Tune into the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter Monday for road conditions.