TULSA, Oklahoma — As Oklahoma thaws out from a weekend snowstorm, much of the state is due for a warmup — then another shot of winter this week.
Forecasters say most of Oklahoma will see temperatures hit the upper 50s Tuesday before a cold front enters later that evening.
The National Weather Service says as the frigid air sweeps through the state, rain, sleet and light snow are possible late Tuesday and into early Wednesday. The wintry mix is expected to transition to snow on Wednesday, as cold air continues to spill into the Southern Plains.
Forecasters say it's too early to tell how much accumulation will occur, but warn that impacts to travel are likely.
The wintry weather will move out of the state by Thursday.
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