Snow chances rise to 60 percent overnight in Tulsa
BY Staff Reports
Friday, January 04, 2013
1/04/13 at 3:47 PM
From the Tulsa World weather blog: An update on the drought situation
Stronger snow and rain chances are now forecast overnight in the Tulsa area.
The National Weather Service forecasts a 60 percent chance of snow and rain after midnight tonight in Tulsa, with snow likely after 3 a.m. Saturday.
Total nighttime snow accumulation of less than 0.5 of an inch is possible, according to the weather service.
A 20 percent chance of snow is also forecast before noon Saturday.
Additional precipitation chances are forecast next week Tuesday through Thursday, with chances of showers and thunderstorms.
Tulsa's only precipitation recorded so far this month was trace amounts of snow on Tuesday, according to the weather service.
Tulsa's temperatures are expected to continue having daily highs in the 40s through Monday, when highs are expected to reach the 50s.
Overnight lows in Tulsa are forecast for the mid-30s tonight; mid-20s on Saturday night; then the 30s each night through Wednesday night.
Tulsa's highest temperature so far this month was 45 on Thursday. The lowest was 17 on Wednesday, according to the weather service.
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