The storm system that has affected Oklahoma since yesterday continues to move away from the area.
News On 6 Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer says the temperature was just too warm to help the atmosphere create any significant amounts of snow.
This storm system and the columns of air that are associated with one of these storms were not as cold as what the forecast had proven out to be.
Some of the guidance that we had indicated that snowfall could exceed one foot near Bartlesville and southeastern Kansas.
Some of those areas have picked up one to two inches of snow and that was it.
Travis says it was significant as far as the amount of snow is concerned, but as for much needed rainfall our prediction was correct with an inch to an inch and a half of liquified rainfall that has occured, which has made it a very wet last thirty days.