I hope you enjoyed the recent spring fling! It's back to the January cold for Green Country.
After climbing to near 70 degrees Monday afternoon, Tuesday temperatures are tumbling sharply thanks to yet another cold front. It'll be a blustery Tuesday with northeast winds gusting at or above 25 miles per hour. And instead of highs in the upper 60s, we'll only muster highs in the 30s in northeastern Oklahoma and the 40s in southeastern Oklahoma.
During the mid-late afternoon and evening hours, some light snow flurries will be possible across southeast Kansas and into portions of Osage and Pawnee Counties, but no accumulation is expected.
The cold air sticks with us on Wednesday, with lows in the upper teens and highs holding in the upper 30s, though thankfully winds will be lighter. Another fast-moving storm system will begin to spread snow across western Oklahoma Wednesday afternoon, before moving into eastern Oklahoma Wednesday night.
Brief bursts of light to occasionally moderate snow are expected in Green Country Wednesday night, but this system will be fighting off a lot of dry air at the surface which will limit any sort of notable accumulation. Some areas could see a dusting of snow accumulation Wednesday night, but that'll be about it before the system departs early Thursday morning.
Seasonably chilly weather will stick around through the late week, with highs in the upper 40s Thursday into Friday. But if you're waiting for the next big warm-up, just wait for the weekend! We'll be back near 60 degrees on Saturday!