National Weather Service: Winter Weather Advisory

Stillwater, OK

Current Conditions

Partly Cloudy

51 °F

Partly Cloudy

7 mph from the North

39 °F

29.85 in

63%

10.0 miles

Stillwater, OK

Updated — 5:53 PM CST on March 03, 2015

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Forecast for Stillwater (74074)

Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 6 am Wednesday to midnight CST Wednesday night...
Tuesday
sleet
Ice Pellets
H 58° / L 27°
Wednesday
snow
Snow
H 28° / L 15°
Thursday
clear
Clear
H 39° / L 19°
Friday
clear
Clear
H 48° / L 25°
Saturday
clear
Clear
H 60° / L 28°
Tuesday

Windy, a mix of rain and freezing rain. Lows overnight in the upper 20s.

Tuesday Night

Rain showers early then becoming windy with steady rain and freezing rain overnight. Low 27F. Winds NNE at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of precip 60%.

Wednesday

Snow and windy conditions during the morning will give way to snow showers during the afternoon. High 28F. Winds NNE at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of snow 80%. Snow accumulating 1 to 3 inches.

Wednesday Night

Snow showers early. Breaks in the overcast later. Low around 15F. Winds N at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 60%.

Thursday

A mainly sunny sky. High 39F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.

Thursday Night

A mostly clear sky. Low 19F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph.

Friday

Mainly sunny. High 48F. Winds SSW at 10 to 20 mph.

Friday Night

Clear skies. Low around 25F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.

Saturday

Mainly sunny. High around 60F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.

Saturday Night

Clear. Low 28F. Winds light and variable.

Statement as of 3:48 PM CST on March 3, 2015

Winter Weather Advisory


... Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect from 6 am Wednesday
to midnight CST Wednesday night...

A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect from 6 am Wednesday
to midnight CST Wednesday night.

* Timing: accumulating sleet and freezing rain will be possible
from daybreak Wednesday to noon. Freezing rain will transition
to sleet and snow in the afternoon. The heaviest precipitation
is expected to occur between 3 PM and 9 PM.

* Snow and sleet accumulations: sleet accumulations are expected
to be highest south and east of the Interstate-44 corridor
where some areas could see one-half to one inch. Snow
accumulations are expected to average two inches or less over
a larger area... although some areas near Interstate-44 could
see up to four inches in addition to the sleet.

* Main impact: slick and hazardous roadways are expected to
develop from accumulating sleet and snow.

* Other impact: with stronger winds expected south of
Interstate-40... decreased visibilities in blowing snow will
compound the travel dangers late Wednesday afternoon through
Wednesday evening.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Be careful if you have to travel. Even small amounts of ice and
snow can make roads and sidewalks slick and dangerous.






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