From Mike Honigsberg, of Enid/Garfield County Emergency Management:
We are still in a Blizzard Warning until 6 am Tuesday morning. As it stands right now we have received approximately 2.5 inches of snow. After conferring with other meteorologists for our area, thinking is we could still manage to receive up to 8 inches of snowfall before it ends tomorrow.
Keep in mind all the variables out there for this we may see more or less. Either way, the winds are the major factor for Garfield County at this time. The low pressure system that is causing all of this is over SE Oklahoma right now and slowly starting to lift northeastward. It will be slow to move out so chances for the totals stated above are pretty good.
Lows tonight will be in the 20’s with north winds 25-35 mph. Wind chills will be in the teens so be extremely careful out there.
There are sporadic power outages around the county due to the strong winds. Power will be glitchy off and on during the night until winds can relax some.
All roads are becoming extremely slick. IF YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE OUT TONIGHT, STAY AT HOME!! We have received reports on highway 132 north that it is impassable at this time from Carrier to the north. Keowee East from Kremlin to Buffalo going towards Hunter is extremely slick and hazardous.