It’s Friday! We made it! Almost to the weekend! As we close out the week keep an eye out for two rounds of flurries across the area. For the Oklahoma panhandle and our eastern counties, it looks like a few flurries will cruise through this morning. And then, as we move through this evening, another round of light rain/snow showers… Read more →
Okay, I have to be honest with everyone this morning. The first half of this week – based on the latest computer weather models – is looking increasingly snowier. Now, I mentioned all week between 1-4 inches was possible. But I might have to “up” those a tad on Monday morning. The GFS, GEM, NAM and EMCWF forecast models all… Read more →
I’m in the process of giving everyone a forecast while practicing my wordpress skills.
I know during the show today, I mentioned a chance for 1” to 4” of snow across the high plains next Tuesday. So how did I come to that conclusion? How does it breakdown? Let’s take a look! In order for the panhandles to get a good shot at significant snowfall, we need a few things to happen. And the… Read more →