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Winter Storm Update: Feb 01, 2014

Winter Storm Warnings now in effect for all of Texoma. Read for more information.
Winter Storm Warnings are in effect until 6 PM Sunday
evening for the potential of accumulating freezing rain,
sleet, and snow across Texoma that will have a hazardous
impact on travel. See map posted above for specific counties.

Freezing rain, sleet and snow will start around Childress, 
Cottle, King, Hardeman, Foard, Knox counties after midnight

Precipitation will continue to develop and move northeast
towards  Wilbarger, Baylor. Throckmorton, Wichita, Archer,
Jackson, Tillman, Comanche, Cotton counties between
4-7 AM. 

Stephens, Jefferson, Clay, Montague, Jack, Young counties
between 5-8 AM

Travel will become very slick beginning early
Sunday morning and lasting throughout the day.
Travel will not be recommended.

Where and how much?
As of now, it seems that most of Texoma has a good
chance at seeing 2-4 inches of sleet and snow.

A heavier band of snow may produce higher totals from
Atlus to Lawton, south to Wichita Falls and Seymour.
3-5 inches with locally higher amounts will be possible.

More sleet and freezing rain is the bigger concern for
areas southeast of Seymour and Wichita Falls.

Pinpointing the exact amount of sleet or snow in
any one location is very difficult. The challenge with
winter weather is that bands of heavier precipitation
can form that lead to higher accumulations.
These bands can shift north, or south. A shift in either
direction can mean one area picking up a lot of precipitation,
while another area receives nothing.

Follow Meteorologist Eric Jeansonne on Facebook.
On Twitter @Weatheric

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