It’s winter in Oklahoma, and it’s way too dry. If the forecast is to be believed, there will be humidity from Tuesday evening, February 1, and snow on Wednesday morning.
Then the forecast is above “50%” for more on Thursday. This is one of those times for a temperature change of over 50 in less than 24-30 hours.
Overnight Tuesday through Wednesday, temperatures begin to drop into the single digits in degrees Fahrenheit.
Here is what was projected Tuesday morning:
“Tonight: Rain in the evening…becoming windy with a winter mix overnight. Low 26 F. Winds NNE 20 to 30 mph. Chance of precipitation 80%.
“Tomorrow: Windy with early flurries. Snow becomes more stable in the afternoon. A little ice pellets or freezing rain possible. High near 30 F. Winds NNE at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of 90% snow. 1-3 inches of snow expected.”
Stay safe and stay warm.
Note: Pat McGuigan of The Oklahoma City Sentinel contributed to this report.