Sunday Evening Forecast: Mar 02, 2014

Published 03/02 2014 06:38PM

Updated 03/02 2014 06:56PM

A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for portions of
Texoma until mid morning for wind chill values
5 to 10 degrees below zero. 

Freezing rain, sleet and snow has left many
slick spots on roadways all across Texoma.
Please use caution if you have to travel.
Slow down and allow extra time to get to your

Click here for information on road conditions. 

Snow showers will taper off overnight, perhaps
lingering around our counties along and north
of the Red River. Skies will gradually clear

Bitter cold settles in tonight. Lows will drop
into the single digits along and north of the
Red River. Low teens are likely further south.

Wind chill values will drop into the single
digits and below zero overnight into Monday
morning. Winds will continue from the north
at 15-25 mph.

Monday will be cold with highs in the upper
20s to low 30s. However, wind chill values will
remain in the teens throughout the day.

Temperatures slowly moderate towards the middle
of the week. A storm system may bring a slight
chance of rain Wednesday

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