Following rainy weather tonight into Saturday, colder air will filter into Oklahoma and western North Texas late Saturday night into Sunday. Meanwhile, another storm system over the southwestern states will begin to move east by Sunday night. Precipitation, mainly in the form of snow, may begin to fall across parts of western Oklahoma and western North Texas as early as Sunday night.
On Monday, snow may spread east into central and southern parts of Oklahoma. At this time, the best opportunity for
accumulating snowfall appears to be south of a line from Tulsa to Oklahoma City to Lawton and Vernon, Texas. It is too early to predict exact amounts of snow and there is still the possibility that little or no snow will fall. Residents, and those traveling across Oklahoma and western North Texas, should keep informed of the potential for snow Sunday night into Monday.