2-1-05 – Snow might return to Texoma for the second time this winter. But the National Weather Service has cancelled a heavy snow warning issued earlier today for much of the viewing area. The NWS downgraded the weather event to a snow advisory.
KXII meteorologist Alan Crone says temperatures are slow to cool down, which will have a dramatic impact on snowfall accumulations. Accumulating snows are still possible later tonight across portions of the area, but amounts will be from 1 to 3 inches at best.
On December 22, 2004; one to three inches of snow fell throughout the region. The weather was blamed for a traffic accident that caused the death of an Ardmore man.
Whether roadways will be affected Wednesday morning will depend on if temperatures drop below freezing. Current predictions call for temperatures to hover around 32 degrees.
Whatever snow falls shouldn't last long. Temperatures are expected to reach the 40s on Wednesday.
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