• Winter weather moving in for MLK Day

    By: Laura Mock


    Quick Facts:

    • Another surge of cold air moves in early Monday with snow chances across Green County
    • All of Green Country will have the chance to see flurries, best chances of anything accumulating will be closer to the Oklahoma Kansas border
    • The light snow will start to the north in the early morning hours and slowly shift south through the morning and early afternoon


    A cold front will be moving through Green Country dropping temperatures throughout the day on Monday. If you have any plans to be outside, please bundle up!

    Dropping temperatures are not the only concern for today - there is also a chance of some snow falling across the northern half of the area.

    Ahead of the front, there may be some light rain since temperatures will still be above the freezing mark. As the front moves through, there will be a quick transition to snow.

    Across far northeast Oklahoma and southern Kansas, 1-2" of snow is possible with some isolated areas receiving 3".

    With temperatures dropping so quickly, even the light snowfall will result in some travel problems. Remember to take things slow and give any of the road treatment vehicles enough space to work.

    Once the cold front has pushed through Green Country and the snow has stopped, temperatures will continue to drop into Tuesday morning. Single digit temperatures with wind chills BELOW zero will be present for the morning.

    Even with a large amount of sunshine, afternoon highs will be in the teens with wind chills still making it feel nasty cold.

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