OKLAHOMA CITY — Parts of Oklahoma could experience a mix of wintry precipitation overnight.
The National Weather Service in Norman says a weak cold front will bring light precipitation to portions of southern and eastern Oklahoma by early Sunday.
Forecasters say temperatures are expected to be around freezing, so the precipitation could be light freezing rain or rain. Very little to no ice accumulation is expected, but if some icing occurs, the best chance will be in parts of south central and southeastern Oklahoma.
Forecasters say a south breeze will likely cause temperatures to warm during the day, so the precipitation may quickly change over to rain or even begin as rain.
Another front will move through the state Sunday night into Monday, bringing a slight chance of snow flurries.
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