Oklahoma Has Chances For Severe Storms And Snow
Well, the crazy Oklahoma spring weather saga continues! Areas of the state could end the week with severe storms, while others have a high chance for snow through the weekend.
According to the National Weather Service in Norman, areas southeast of I-44 are at a risk for severe weather, especially those in south central and southeast Oklahoma. The primary hazard with these storms will be large hail, up to the size of baseballs, damaging wind gusts and possible tornadoes.
As of Wednesday, March 15, the sever storm timing for Thursday is 3-6 p.m. for those northwest or near I-44, and 5-9 p.m. for those southeast of I-44. Of course, this could all change before the storms are expected, so be sure to follow the National Weather Service in Norman!
Friday and Saturday will be sunny and cool, but snow/rain will move in Sunday.
As we move into the weekend, we'll have sunny and cool days Friday and Saturday with highs in the upper 50s and lows in the lower 30s. As we get into Sunday though, we'll see high temperatures in the low 40s and lows in the high 20s.
Snow and rain will move into Oklahoma on Sunday.
As of Wednesday, March 15, the National Weather Service in Norman is predicting up to 50 percent of snow/rain mix late in the day for western and northern Oklahoma. As we move into next week, it looks like the moisture will stick with us as there are some rain chances for Monday and Tuesday.