Northeast Oklahoma could see light snowfall this week following the arrival of cold air early Monday morning as temperatures dropped into the teens and mid 20s in some areas of the state.
Northwest Arkansas could also receive snowfall according to the Oklahoma Mesonet State Climatologist Gary McManus explained it is all in the “timing.”
The arrival of moisture is expected on Wednesday and the National Weather Service in Tulsa said there will be increasing chances of rain throughout the day. Falling temperatures Wednesday night and early Thursday could produce snow in the northeastern regions of the state.
The Weather Service indicated the best chances for accumulations will be closer to the state line with Kansas.