Colder weather and snow to hit the state on Sunday


“It does look good for snow.”

The forecast from Oklahoma Climatologist Gary McManus, who wrote in his Thursday Mesonet update that the National Weather Service says chances of snow on Sunday are 50% to 70%. The Weather Service says accumulations could be two to four inches. Other models say it could be more, maybe better than 5 inches in central Oklahoma.

Superbowl Sunday temperatures across the state will be in the 30s and 40s and Monday, they’ll be lower.


“Now those lows are obviously going to lead to problems if heavy snow does indeed occur. They’re not January-like lows that we saw last month, but cold enough,” explained McManus.
Till then, enjoy the higher temperatures on Friday—into the upper 60s!