TULSA, OK -- Another chance for freezing rain across northeastern Oklahoma is in the forecast according to News On 6 meteorologist Alan Crone, but not before the area gets above freezing.
Temperatures will creep above the freezing mark Wednesday, especially areas south of Tulsa.
Lows Wednesday night and early Thursday will be back in the 20's.
Thursday morning, Crone says because of the freezing rain, some travel issues cannot be ruled out in an area north of a line from Stillwater to Claremore.
Looking ahead to Friday, Crone says the forecast continues to look nice with some sun with highs in the lower 50s after morning lows in the lower 40s.
Some showers or storms will be possible Saturday afternoon before the next cold front arrives.
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