OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A powerful winter storm is expected to dump 10 inches or more of snow on parts of Oklahoma on the first day of spring.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning.
Forecasters say between eight and 10 inches of snow is likely on
Saturday from north central Oklahoma to southeast of the Oklahoma
Officials say the winter storm could make driving hazardous and
disrupt men's and women's NCAA Basketball Tournament games
scheduled this weekend in Oklahoma City and Norman.
Sukie Allison of the Department of Transportation says wet roads
were reported in the Oklahoma Panhandle today as the storm entered
the state. The noontime temperature in the Panhandle city of Guymon
was 37 but reached 74 in Ardmore in southern Oklahoma.
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