TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The National Weather Service canceled the Winter Storm Watch for northeastern Oklahoma for Friday to Saturday night.
Initial readings showed Green Country receiving various amounts of snow, some saying as little as an inch and some as much as 12 inches in the 24-hour period.
Meteorologist Caroline Brown says the storm is moving south of Green Country.
Northwest Arkansas is still under a Winter Weather Advisory, so they could still get up to three inches of snow and some ice.
Caroline says Green Country could still see a trace of snow, where the snow falls but doesn't stick, up to one inch. Flurries are possible throughout the area between late Friday and Saturday night.
A wintry mix is expected Saturday morning, so northeast Oklahoma could see a mixture of light rain, sleet, freezing rain and snow. The up to one inch of snow will most likely fall Saturday night.
Caroline says it will chilly this weekend with temperatures staying in the 30s and wind speeds up to 20 mph.
Central Oklahoma is still under a Winter Storm Watch and expected to see snow between late Friday and Saturday night.