For Southern folk that are not as familiar with ratios, the average ratio is around 10:1.
For a first glimpse, Oklahoma would be hit with 7 inches of snow; a truly crippling storm for the South.
However, due to many factors, this may not be possible.
Using the reputed SREF model forecast, the maximum forecast shows Oklahoma receiving well over one foot of snow. The mean amount, which is the amount that would be good to go with, is coming in at possibly over a foot for many areas, mainly in Oklahoma.
OFFICIAL OKLAHOMA FORECAST: 12-24”+ POSSIBLE
Amounts in Snowfall.