A weak storm system coated parts of Texoma with fresh snow early Thursday.
Snow accumulations as high as two inches were reported across parts of southwest Oklahoma from Altus to Lawton. Snow amounts were lighter south of the Red River. Snow totals were generally at or under one inch.
Numerous reports were relayed to the National Weather Service in Norman, Oklahoma:
-NWS OUN: Marlow [Stephens Co, OK] co-op observer reports SNOW of M0.5 INCH
-NWS OUN: Lake Kemp [Baylor Co, TX] co-op observer reports SNOW of E1.0 INCH
-NWS OUN: Lawton [Comanche Co, OK] public reports SNOW of M1.0 INCH
-NWS OUN: Quanah [Hardeman Co, TX] public reports SNOW of M1.0 INCH
-NWS OUN: Altus [Jackson Co, OK] emergency mngr reports SNOW of M2.0 INCH
-NWS OUN: Indiahoma [Comanche Co, OK] park/forest srvc reports SNOW of E2.0 INCH
-NWS OUN: Crowell [Foard Co, TX] co-op observer reports SNOW of E1.0 INCH
Another round of light snow is possible Friday and another storm system will bring rain and snow chances to Texoma early next week.
Stay with the Skywarn 6 Weather Team for further updates.