Areas of light precipitation will affect portions of northern and central Oklahoma this morning. Most of the precipitation will be north of Interstate 40. Snow, freezing drizzle, drizzle, and rain will be possible. The snow and patchy freezing drizzle will be most likely in parts of northwest Oklahoma. The freezing drizzle may produce a light coating of ice on elevated and metal surfaces such as cars, signs, and maybe even a few bridges and overpasses. No significant or widespread travel problems are expected, but drivers do need to be aware of the possibility of a few slick spots forming. Elsewhere, low clouds will continue to spread across the region behind a cold front that was located from near Stillwater to Norman and Duncan Oklahoma to near Wichita Falls and Archer City Texas. This front will continue to move across the area with breezy north winds at mainly 10 to 20 mph with gusts around 30 mph in some locations.