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December 11, 2020
❄ A second accumulating snow event will affect areas blanketed by last weeks Winter Storm...
A low pressure system is expected to eject out of the Rocky Mountains Saturday and Sunday, and increase in forward speed as it does so. Snow, some heavy at times, will spread across Southern Colorado Saturday night, and then along the Oklahoma panhandle Sunday morning. Snowfall amounts of 4 to 6 inches will be common across the counties bordering the OK/KS state line, with locally higher amounts.

Sunday afternoon, as snow tapers off in Northwest Oklahoma, widespread rain and sleet, will change over to snow in eastern parts of the state. In these areas, generally 1 to 3 inches can be expected.

🌨 Forecast Provided By: SWC Forecaster Rich Gross
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