The blitz of mixed precipitation that quickly came and went was a harbinger of blast of cold, windy air to arrive Friday.
The combination of rush hour timing and cold ground could make for hazardous conditions in our colder areas.
Only the truest of cold-lovers will be pleased with the weather over the next 10 days, but snow lovers might also have reason to rejoice.
Most of our snowstorms this winter so far have just been field goals, this one could be a touchdown.
California's wet December provided some relief the drought in parts of northern California, but the rainy windfall did not last into January.
The National Weather Service has been frustratingly slow in taking on the communication of forecast uncertainty as a standard practice.
For the second time this winter, the relatively rare and beautiful phenomenon has graced the Grand Canyon.
Our colder suburbs to the north and west may deal with a slippery wintry mix during the afternoon commute.
One of the chillier nights of the winter is ahead. Some late day rain and snow showers may be around tomorrow.
In Oklahoma City, daily high records have been broken each day for the past three days.