Plenty of sun shines down with high pressure overhead, but the source of that high pressure is the Canadian north, so it doesn't do much to warm us up.
Gusty winds remain through tomorrow and that will create feels-like temperatures in the teens tonight and 20s tomorrow. Our next chance of precipitation comes Saturday night into Sunday morning (next weekend). Monday night we will bottom out around zero degrees, with wind chills from 10 to 20 degrees below zero. For related traffic news, check out Dr. Gridlock. Temperatures moderate some, but some spots may still have trouble breaking the freezing mark, with highs near 30 to the mid-30s. With the clouds, and light winds coming more from the south-southeast, it's not almost as bitter as tonight.
Snow flurries and brief bursts of light snow will continue through the mid-morning hours, primarily northeast of Tulsa across far northeast Oklahoma and southeast Kansas. Lows only drop to the low-to-mid 20s. Tuesday will be cold as well with highs only topping out in the teens. One round overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning, and a second round Wednesday night into Thursday morning.More news: Philippine volcano spews ash; villagers evacuated
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Monday: Morning light snow, then mostly cloudy and cold.
Day: A slight chance of snow through the morning.
A Sunday warm-up is on the way, but we're set to get slammed with yet another blast of Arctic air as we head into the upcoming week! While this IS NOT EXPECTED TO BE A BIG STORM, there may be just enough snow to cause some problems and we want you to be prepared.