OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - More snow was expected as part of a
powerful storm blowing through Oklahoma and the southern Plains on
the first weekend of spring.
The National Weather Service said the snow would keep falling
across much of eastern Oklahoma and into northwest Arkansas on
Sunday, with up to 6 more inches possible. That means some part of
the two states will have gotten more than a foot of snow since the
storm began Saturday.
Authorities have attributed at least three deaths in Missouri,
Kansas and Oklahoma to the weather. The storm also disrupted travel
on the roads and in the air.
The storm came a day after temperatures had reached into the
70s, and forecasters say temperatures should rebound into the 60s
as soon as Monday.
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