NORMAN, Oklahoma — Counties in western Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Panhandle are reporting slick roads and areas of light snow, sleet and rain as a system pushes through the state.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says crews in Beckham, Custer, Dewey, Harmon and Roger Mills counties are applying sand and salt to slick spots and reporting patches of light snow and rain.
Crews in Cimarron County are reporting slick spots and crews are plowing snow accumulations. Crews in Alfalfa, Ellis, Major and Woodward counties are also reporting a mix of light snow, sleet and rain.
The National Weather Service says the snow is expected to move northeastward and turn to a rain and snow mix by Wednesday afternoon as temperatures begin to warm.
A warming trend is expected in the state starting Thursday.
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