It's been an insane week weather-wise for most, if not all of Oklahoma. Luckily for us, the majority of the state didn't get as bad as originally predicted. At least for some of us, in other places, it got much worse.
We still have a few days left of colder/freezing temperatures and the possibility of ice and snow but it's looking like a warm-up is on the way, thank God. Things will improve as we head toward the weekend.
SCROLL DOWN TO SEE 10 FUNNY OKLAHOMA WINTER WEATHER MEMES
I think most of us are glad it didn't get as bad as originally predicted. Of course, a few people are upset by this, angered that the forecasts were wrong. Being a weather person or meteorologist in Oklahoma has to be one of the most difficult and thankless jobs a person could ever experience. I can't imagine what that's like.
It's not their fault the weather changed, it's Oklahoma after all. I'd much rather prepare for the worse than be surprised. Especially, when it comes to the weather. Keep in mind things could change and probably will between now and the weekend but hopefully not. In the meantime, we could all use a short break from Mother Nature and a quick laugh. Check out these 10 funny Oklahoma winter weather memes below:
While you would assume that these are common knowledge, you'd be surprised how many people haven't lived in a place where they would learn these skills.
Eleven Things Oklahoman's Eat When It's Cold
When it comes to the favorite foods in Oklahoma, most of them revolve around a grill. Whether it's steak, burgers, dogs, BBQ, beer can chicken, etc... If it can be grilled, it will be an instant favorite across all palates in this state. But what do Okies survive on when it's cold enough to require the wearing of pants and a hoodie? Here's the quick list of things every Oklahoma home should be pumping out when the endless Summer finally ends.
The Frozen Wichita Mountains
When Southwest Oklahoma gets a rare blizzard with serious snowfall, the mountains take on a fresh and stunning look. It's something we all get to experience thanks to the video and camera work of a few awesome locals with a stellar YouTube channel, The Pemberton Boys. They flew their drones and explored the mountains across SWOK while the views were grand, putting it online for everyone to enjoy.