Patchy drizzle or flurries will move east across portions of northern and central Oklahoma, with the highest chance of precipitation in north central Oklahoma. No accumulations are expected in any areas where snow does fall. In addition, patchy drizzle will also develop in southwest Oklahoma and western North Texas early this evening. Although precipitation is expected to be mostly snow flurries or light snow in northern Oklahoma where temperatures are near or below freezing, there is also a chance of patchy freezing drizzle. If freezing drizzle does occur, it may produce a light coating of ice on elevated and metal surfaces such as cars, signs,and maybe even a few bridges and overpasses. Drivers need to be aware of slippery spots on local roadways.