From the National Weather Service, Norman Forecast Office: “With a very cold
airmass settling across the region, temperatures will dip into the
upper teens and low to mid 20s across the region.”
Also: Here’s a look from the National Weather Service, Amarillo, Texas at the Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles tonight (Monday night) and Tuesday morning.
“A strong cold front will continue to push through the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles tonight,
with temperatures falling below freezing by Tuesday morning.
Areas of freezing drizzle may develop by early Tuesday morning,
with some light ice accumulations not out of the question.
Wind chills will also drop drastically, with wind chill values
falling into the teens for most.
Motorists are urged to use caution due to the potential for light ice accumulations
especially on bridges and overpasses.”