A chance of light snow is in the forecast for northern Oklahoma Monday, moving in late morning or early afternoon. This follows last week's snow storm and several days of below freezing temperatures.
Daytime highs Monday should top out in the mid to upper 20s with cloudy conditions, according to WARN Team Meteorologist Alan Crone.
"We'll call for about a half inch to near 1 inch of snow near Tulsa with some 2 inch totals for portions of Pawnee, Osage, Washington, and Nowata counties," Crone said in his weather blog Monday morning.
"Our friends in southern Kansas would be in the running for 2 to 3 inches of snow."
Crone said the light snow is expected for the area along and north of State Highway 412.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for noon to midnight Monday for Ottawa, Washington, Osage, Craig and Nowata counties.
Tuesday should see some sunshine and temperatures going above freezing for the first time since 9 p.m. December 4.
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