The National Weather Service out of Tulsa has issued a winter weather advisory for much of southeastern Oklahoma, including LeFlore County.
The advisory is in effect from 3 p.m. on Sunday through 6 p.m. on Monday.
The advisory is for snow and sleet and is for the following counties in Oklahoma, LeFlore, Pushmataha, Okfuskee, McIntosh, Choctaw, Sequoyah, Pittsburg, Okmulgee, Muskogee, Latimer and Haskell. Crawford, Sebastian and Franklin counties in Arkansas are also under the advisory.
Up to one to three inches of snow and sleet accumulation is expected between 3 p.m. on Sunday to 6 p.m. on Monday south of I-40. A few areas may see up to four inches.
Areas of rain will develop over southeastern Oklahoma and spread into west central Arkansas this afternoon. Precipitation will change to sleet and snow during the late afternoon with the arrival of much colder air from the northwest.
Areas near the Red River are not expected to see precipitation change over until late on Sunday. Snow and sleet accumulations of one to two inches are expected before precipitation tapers off after midnight.
A second round of mainly snow will develop on Monday morning and continue into the afternoon with another one to two inches of accumulation expected.
Roads in the area may become slick and hazardous, especially on bridges and overpasses along with non-treated surfaces.
Drivers are urged to use extra caution and attempt to stay on treated roadways. Travel delays are possible.