We've had warnings, since Monday, of an impending snow storm Thursday night...Doppler radar is our friend.
Yeah, but that was warnings from something that was sitting off the California Coast, in the Pacific Ocean, back then... LOL...
And weather forecasts tend to "tighten up" and modify in three to four days. In this case, it seems that it's going to hit where they were thinking -- but at other times, all it takes is a slight swerve (especially talking about a storm in the Pacific Ocean, when you're talking about Oklahoma)... and then it misses the entire area.
The last one we had, they didn't even know it was going to be a blizzard until about two or three hours before it hit here. They knew there was a storm coming, but not blizzard conditions.
If you watch these things as they come closer and watch the forecasters, they change their forecasts just about every single day, before it gets here... LOL...
You all are definitely over your yearly snowfall average by this point I would think. Crazy winter.
We even had several decent snows out here in Midland/Odessa, TX.
Heck, we got 4 inches in Abilene, TX on Christmas.
Reminds me of my childhood in Kansas.