Storm system winding down; travel advisories still in effect in northern Oklahoma | News
All of the “Thundersleet” from early-morning storms may have brought Thursday in with a bang, but the storm system that dumped sleet over much of central Oklahoma and snow in northern Oklahoma has almost completely left the state as it moved eastward into Arkansas and Missouri.
Heavy snow and freezing temperatures are making way for above-freezing temperatures in northern Oklahoma and central Oklahoma respectively, and the sleet has mostly turned to a sloppy mush on most roads as temperatures continue to rise to four or five degrees above freezing. Driving can still be dangerous so use caution when traveling throughout Thursday.
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