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Areas including southern portions of Oklahoma City metro may see 4 inches of snow

As of 10:16 p.m., the Area Forecast Discussion from the National Weather Service, Norman Forecast Office:
Consistent signal for heaviest snow amounts to be over southwest Oklahoma and
adjacent parts of north Texas…where they need moisture the most.
Substantial gradient of snow amounts expected across you guessed
it…the Oklahom City metro. Latest model guidance suggest southern
portions of the Oklahoma City metro…including Norman…could see around four
inches with far northern parts of metro an inch or less. Left ice
storm warning over far southeast Oklahoma intact…with freezing
rain/intensity and timing of sleet transition tomorrow morning in
question. They should see the transition to sleet and snow during
the late morning and afternoon hours but a little worried that
Atoka and Bryan county could see 1/4 to 1/2 inch of ice.

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