TULSA, OK -- Another wave of winter weather moved into northeastern Oklahoma Thursday morning.
News On 6 meteorologist Alan Crone says warmer ground temperatures will limit significant accumulation across the region. The biggest problem will be bridges.
So far, area law enforcement has reported no major problems on the roadways.
Crone says as this storm system moves toward the east, far eastern Oklahoma counties may see some snow accumulation snow later in the day on Thursday.
Another cold day is expected Friday as another system approaches Oklahoma Friday evening and Saturday morning.
Crone says this next system may also produce some snow across northeastern Oklahoma.