TULSA, Oklahoma -- Some Tulsa County municipalities plan to return to normal operations Monday as above freezing temperatures begin to melt the mountains of snow.
The City of Sand Springs anticipates most services will operate. City Hall will be open and trash service is currently scheduled to run.
The City of Broken Arrow says they plan to resume sanitation service Monday, weather permitting.
And all Tulsa County buildings will reopen on Monday.
Cities are taking it day-by-day as more snow is forecasted in the coming week.
"With the extreme winter weather conditions we've experienced, it is necessary for everyone to be flexible with our City services plan," said Interim Sand Springs City Manager Bruce Ford.
Light snow is in the forecast for later tonight and Sunday. On Wednesday, heavier snow is expected.