A new forecast from the Oklahoma Weather Service indicates that the state is in for a strong winter.
The new forecast, which will be used by meteorologists, indicates that snowfall is expected in most areas in the state in January.
However, the forecast will be very different from previous forecasts and could change as winter approaches.
Oklahoma’s National Weather Service (NWS) has been predicting the snowfall from a snowpack of about 1.5 to 1.7 inches in Oklahoma since late last month.
However it’s forecast is far different than what the NWS had predicted a couple of weeks ago.
The forecast from Thursday to Friday is much less extreme than what has been predicted in the past few weeks.NWS said that the weather agency is still working with Oklahoma officials to determine the best way to prepare for a winter storm that could bring severe thunderstorms, damaging winds, and dangerous flooding.
The NWS will release a winter weather update on Monday.