We hope our viewers are staying warm and safe during this first snow of the season. But if you're ready to take snow pics, please share them with us!
News On 6 meteorologist Alan Crone says the second wave of a three-wave system is passing through central and eastern Oklahoma Friday morning, dumping the white stuff across the Interstate 44 corridor.
Crone said it may take several hours to get accumulation reports from across the region, but radar estimates are in the 3 to 5 inch range. Do you follow Alan on Twitter? He appreciates updates and pics from across the area.
"You follow me, and I'll follow you," Alan Crone offers. His handle is @alancrone.
Susie Rains (@SusieRains62) says: "Alan I'm guessing about 4" on that table. Out by Claremore Lake."
"I live in Eucha, OK," tweeted Casey Buzz - @caseybuzz. "We got 4 inches! And snowing good now!!"
Trace J. Sockey @soc5design: "Big snow flakes here in Red Oak! Sleet has stopped for the moment."
Click on our slide show to see some of the snow pics people across the state have shared at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you don't see your photo in our story - be sure to watch reporter Rick Wells who will be spotlighting viewer photos and videos in the 5 and 6 p.m. newscasts.