• Power plant steam resulting in snow flurries across Tulsa

    By: Megan McClellan


    Quick Facts:

    • Power plant steam resulting in small flurries across the Tulsa Metro
    • Very isolated areas seeing snowflakes
    • Slightly warmer temperatures aloft keeping the steam clouds from rising too high


    Whether you are seeing pictures of Wednesday morning's snow flurries or saw them this morning, they were very isolated.

    The drastically cold air allowed for water particles to freeze and fall to the ground resulting in some small snow flurries.

    FOX23 viewers reported snow flurries across parts of Downtown and Midtown as they were driving to work.

    One viewer tells us she saw the flurries at 21st and Lewis but only from Monte Cassino to the YWCA.

    The FOX23 Severe Weather Team breaks down what is happening with this in the video above.

    Several viewers have sent pictures and videos of what they are seeing. Lacey Collins from Skiatook is seeing some frost melt then re-freeze as snow.

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