Most Powerful October ‘Winter Storm’ To Hit Southern Plains Since 1991; Ice Storm Warnings In Effect for parts of Oklahoma and Texas


The most powerful October ‘winter storm’ since 1991 is hitting the Southern Plains today through Tuesday.  The projection here at National Weather Force inside is brief, but it will show you the snow, ice, and rainfall (liquid precipitation) forecast for this event.  Keep in mind the ‘rain’ model is for liquid precipitation so if you have snow or ice in the forecast on my models you will see that instead.  This is an ICE STORM WARNING for parts of Texas and Oklahoma with a Winter Storm Warning out through New Mexico.  The early issued Ice Storm Watch here at National Weather Force is now upgraded to the warning.  Read below for the forecast snow, ice, and rain models –

Ice Forecast

Snow Forecast

Rain Forecast

Your State notification zone is on the National Weather Force Android/IOS App notification system and you can find it here for free and never miss a post on this page for your state again,
Download Today at –

Stay tuned to official forecasts here at National Weather Force

NOTE: This is the SCWF Website but it is being used for national updates until ad placement is ready on the NWF site. 
Your Facebook Page to join for this update is linked here –

Comments are closed.