McIntyre Law would like to take the time to warn its Oklahoma readers of the possibility of wintry weather heading into Oklahoma. Typically, wintry conditions result in dangerous road conditions and the risk of accidents increases significantly.
According to newsok.com and the National Weather Service from late Wednesday into Thursday, cold air will arrive causing a change to snow in Oklahoma. Accumulating snow and blowing or drifting snow are most likely to affect northern Oklahoma.
On Wednesday night, snow is expected to continue in the Panhandle with rain and snow likely in western and central parts of the state, and rain and thunderstorms are likely in eastern Oklahoma, forecasters said. Lows will range from the 20s in the Panhandle to the mid-40s in southeast Oklahoma.
In the extended forecast, Western Oklahoma will have a chance of snow on Christmas Eve, and rain should change to snow in the east, forecasters said. Light snow may be possible on before sunrise Christmas Day for eastern Oklahoma.
The moral of the story is to prepare yourself for these driving conditions. Take precautions to leave early if attending a Christmas gathering and give yourself and your family adequate protections should you have an accident in this weather.
If you or loved one has been injured or a loved one killed in an auto accident, McIntyre Law, P.C. has the experience and knowledge needed to successfully handle your auto accident case. Contact us immediately after an auto accident and we will discuss the situation with you and come up with a plan of action to help you get compensation for your injuries, property damage or a loved one’s wrongful death. Visit www.mcintyrelaw.com or call toll free 1-866-917-5200 to discuss your case and find out the best course of action to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve.