The National Weather Service has canceled the winter storm clock for northeastern Oklahoma for Friday through Saturday evenings.
Initial measurements showed that Green Country received various amounts of snow, some of which said only one inch and some up to 12 inches within 24 hours.
Meteorologist Caroline Brown says the storm is moving south of Green Country.
Northwest Arkansas is still under a winter weather consultation, so they could get up to three inches of snow and some ice.
Caroline says Green Country could still see a trace of snow where the snow falls, but does not stick to an inch. Between late Friday and Saturday evening, flurries are possible throughout the region.
A wintry mix is expected on Saturday morning, allowing northeastern Oklahoma to see a mix of light rain, sleet, icy rain, and snow. The snow of up to an inch will probably fall on Saturday night.
Caroline says it will be cool this weekend, with temperatures in the '30s and wind speeds up to 20 miles per hour.
Central Oklahoma is still under a winter storm watch and expects to see snow between Friday and Saturday night]