The New Year will usher in an unseasonably cold winter to Oklahoma!

If you spent this past New Years Eve outside, then you just got a taste of what's headed for Oklahoma this January! Oklahoma is predicted to receive snow and unseasonably cold weather to kick off the new year.

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It looks like Oklahoma will be getting its first round of winter to end the first week of the new year. According to the National Weather Service in Norman, a winter storm system will start to move through Oklahoma Thursday (Jan. 4) and continue into Friday. It's too far ahead to know exactly what Oklahoma will be getting out of this storm, but snow is a possibility.

What about the rest of the month?

Both of the farmer almanacs are predicting a snowy and unseasonably cold winter in January for Oklahoma, and that could possibly include February, too. According to The Old Farmer's Almanac, Oklahoma will see normal precipitation this winter coupled with unseasonably cold weather.

The Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting the best snow chances for Oklahoma could be late January. Also, Oklahoma will be REALLY cold this winter with the coldest periods in early and late January and the middle of February.


Now, the Farmers' Almanac is predicting a similar winter for Oklahoma, but they are urging those in the southern areas of the United States, mainly Oklahoma and Texas, to look out for a possible major winter storm in mid-January. They're also predicting for winter in Oklahoma to not only be unseasonably cold but also stormy.

Farmers' Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

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