Staying Safe During Winter Weather

Wintertime in the Southern Plains provides us opportunities for various types of weather. Periods of snow, ice, sleet, very cold temperatures, and very cold wind chills are all possible from November through March. Now is a good time familiarize yourself with some of the resources provided to you by the National Weather Service, as well as other agencies, that can help keep you safe during the upcoming Winter season.

WEATHER INFORMATION FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
HELPFUL GUIDES FOR MEASURING WINTER PRECIPITATION
OTHER INTERESTING/USEFUL LINKS
HIGHWAY CAMERAS (courtesy of the Department of Transportation)
WEB PAGES OF SURROUNDING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES

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For the most up-to-date weather information and forecasts for all seasons over central and western Oklahoma, as well as western north Texas, you can click here to go to the National Weather Service Norman, OK Homepage.


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