Our area's first doom-and-gloom forecast of the winter season has, fortunately, not amounted to very much yet.
Meteorologists still haven't entirely given up on the idea that we could see some wintry precipitation before the day is through, but probabilities have dropped considerably and they are no longer talking accumulations. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 6:00 p.m. this evening, with slight chances for sleet and freezing drizzle throughout the day. By tonight, those chances should shift south of us to the Oklahoma border counties, leaving us dry through the weekend.
We may have some sightings of winter again at the start of next week, as there is a small mention of freezing rain/sleet in the Monday morning forecast. Other than that, we're currently looking at partly sunny skies and chilly for the next several days. Expect daytime highs to hover in the 30's and frosty overnight lows in the 20's (coupled with windchills in the high teens).
If you haven't done it already, it's time to break out the thermal long johns and parkas!