A series of storms sweeping through Oklahoma this week have left much of the state soaked or in shambles, according to multiple news outlets.
The threat of severe weather tomorrow—including hail and possibly tornadoes—is causing businesses to react in their planned events.
Sapulpa could see between 1-2 inches of snow beginning tonight and going into Friday afternoon.
The decision comes in preparation for a winter storm that could bring freezing rain, sleet, and icy conditions to the Sapulpa area.
High winds today, and a fire danger, but no burn ban. Plus, snow coming?
Moderate snow is expecting to increase through Thursday and into Friday, possibly adding another 1-2 inches overnight.
The district says they’ll be going virtual on Wednesday, will consider virtual or snow days for Thursday and Friday if needed.
Tuesday’s rain may evolve into a wintry mix that will drop anywhere from 3 to 8 inches of snow throughout Wednesday night and into Thursday morning.
Weather analysts are saying the same intense storm system producing these winds could bring in a line of storms overnight that might turn severe. Stay weather aware folks.
As winter weather approaches, it’s time to prepare homes and cars for the incoming cold weather. It’s better to check and prepare for winter before it’s already in full force, where items like space heaters are harder to come by and more expensive.