Scattered flurries forecast overnight in Tulsa area
BY Staff Reports
Friday, February 15, 2013
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After a mostly sunny but cooler Friday in Tulsa, some precipitation is possible overnight.
The National Weather Service forecasts scattered flurries, mostly cloudy skies and lows in the 20s for Tulsa tonight.
So far this month Tulsa has recorded 0.1 of an inch of snow, all of which was on Tuesday, according to the weather service.
Tulsa's next chance for rain is expected Wednesday, with showers and thunderstorms likely overnight Wednesday, the weather service forecasts.
So far this month Tulsa has received 0.39 of an inch of liquid precipitation, which includes melted snow and ice, as well as rain. Normal rainfall for this time of the month is 0.83 of an inch.
Tulsa's highs are forecast for the 40s today and Saturday, then the 60s Monday and the 50s Tuesday and Wednesday. Overnight lows are forecast for the 30s Saturday and Monday nights, the 40s Sunday night and 20s Tuesday night, according to the weather service.
Tulsa's highest temperature so far this month was 69 degrees on Feb. 5. The lowest was 16 degrees on Feb. 1.