From Mike Honigsberg, of Enid/Garfield County Emergency Management:
The storm system has arrived and we have started the rain/snow transition. What is going on is the atmosphere is starting to cool enough for periods of snow to occur. The rain has caused quite a bit of cooling, but we are still above freezing in most areas of the county therefore we will still have rain for awhile.
As the freezing line moves closer, we will see rain and snow and as temps fall it should transition to all snow. It looks as though this will happen over the next several hours. Air temps from here to Fairview are at 33 degrees, so we are getting closer. Snowfall is occurring from a Fairview to Helena line and points west and north.