Monday will be a chilly day, as many are waking up with a lot of ice on the ground and roads. Please be extremely cautious if you have to venture outside.
Temperatures have the best chance of possibly hitting the 40s in western Oklahoma. Then there is a short gradient downwards towards the east. Wind should remain out of the north between 5-10mph as the clouds decrease throughout the course of the day. However, there is a slight chance that southeastern Oklahoma still get a wintry mix left over, but those chances diminish as the day grows longer.
Overnight, temperatures once again dip below freezing, but only just. The winds try to adjust to the west, but overall they remain light. Clouds build throughout the course of the night, but the Oklahoma panhandle currently remains as the only area with a chance at a mix of wintry precipitation.
In the spirit of Mardi Gras,Tuesday brings warmer temperatures to most of Oklahoma as the state should get in to the 40s, and the southwest has a chance to reach the 50s. While the winds remain out of the north, they tend it kick up a bit more, so be prepared for a blustery day. Clouds dominate much of the viewing area and there's a slight chance of precipitation for the southwestern parts of the state.
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