The winter weather advisory was canceled a bit early, as the light wintry precipitation has almost ended across the area.
The back edge of the low clouds is just west of Tulsa, and clouds will clear from west to east through the morning. This will allow temperatures to climb into the low 40s across portions of eastern
Clouds are expected to persist longer across northwest Arkansas, which will keep highs today only in the mid to upper 30s.
The weather pattern will feature mean upper trough across much of the central and eastern part of the country, which means northwest flow aloft for the next few days. That leaves eastern Oklahoma and
western Arkansas vulnerable to periodic cold fronts and below normal temperatures.
The next cold front will arrive Thursday afternoon, with low temperatures on Friday falling into the teens. Heights rise across the area on Saturday/Sunday, allowing temps to climb back into the 50s by Sunday.
The next cold front arrives Monday, with a low chance for some showers Monday afternoon or
evening. It will be cold enough for snow if there is still precipitation around Monday night.