Weather update. CO was not as bad as you might think. Driving home yesterday was not fun with visability under 5', but now it is over and you should not have any issues. I live in Pueblo West and we did not get to much snow.Looks like you're going to need them!
Issued by The National Weather Service
Oklahoma City, OK
11:15 am CDT, Fri., Mar. 27, 2009
... WINTER STORM WARNING NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 1 PM CDT SATURDAY...
THE WINTER STORM WARNING IS NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 1 PM CDT SATURDAY.
SNOW IS FORECAST TO BEGIN FALLING OVER SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA BY LATE MORNING AND SPREAD EASTWARD INTO PORTIONS OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA THIS AFTERNOON. THE SNOW MAY BE HEAVY AT TIMES WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF THUNDERSNOW. SNOW WILL CONTINUE TO FALL FRIDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY SATURDAY BEFORE ENDING. TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATIONS GREATER THAN 4 INCHES ARE EXPECTED.
A WINTER STORM WARNING MEANS SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF SNOW ARE EXPECTED OR OCCURRING. STRONG WINDS ARE ALSO POSSIBLE. THIS WILL MAKE TRAVEL VERY HAZARDOUS OR IMPOSSIBLE.
... MAJOR WINTER STORM TO AFFECT OKLAHOMA AND PORTIONS OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS...
.A POWERFUL STORM SYSTEM WILL IMPACT MOST OF OKLAHOMA AND NORTH TEXAS THROUGH SATURDAY. HEAVY SNOW IS EXPECTED TO FALL OVER PARTS OF NORTHERN... WESTERN... AND CENTRAL OKLAHOMA... AND STRONG WINDS WILL CREATE BLIZZARD CONDITIONS IN SOME AREAS. STORM-TOTAL SNOWFALL COULD REACH UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS FOR EARLY SPRING. BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW WILL MAKE TRAVEL EXTREMELY DIFFICULT IF NOT IMPOSSIBLE... ESPECIALLY OVER NORTHWEST PORTIONS OF OKLAHOMA.
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