NORMAN, Oklahoma — Preliminary snow totals show that parts of western and central Oklahoma received as many as 5 inches of snow overnight Thursday and early Friday morning.
The National Weather Service in Norman released estimated snow totals for several cities and towns.
By 9 a.m. Friday, Shawnee had received 5 inches of snow, while Altus received 4.5 inches by 6:30 a.m.
El Reno saw 3.5 inches, while Guthrie, about 50 miles away, saw an inch more for a total of 4 inches by 8 a.m.
Places farther south saw sleet. Madill and Ardmore each recorded 1 inch of sleet by 10:30 a.m. Friday.
Meteorologist Bruce Thoren called the storm a "pretty decent winter storm for Oklahoma."
Estimated snow totals: http://1.usa.gov/195IBvJ