Temperatures remained well below freezing Friday after a winter weather advisory was issued by the National Weather Service in Norman Thursday. The winter storm dumped between one and four inches of snow across most of central Oklahoma — Shawnee received two to three inches. The Mesonet reported Dewey County got the most snowfall, reporting 5.5 inches.

• Temperatures remained well below freezing Friday after a winter weather advisory was issued by the National Weather Service in Norman Thursday. The winter storm dumped between one and four inches of snow across most of central Oklahoma — Shawnee received two to three inches. The Mesonet reported Dewey County got the most snowfall, reporting 5.5 inches.

• City of Shawnee Emergency Management Director Don Lynch said plows were out early Friday clearing roadways. The problem the area was having early on, he said, was that temps were low and the sun wasn't out, so what little snow was left on the roads was just getting packed down. Lynch said salt was applied to high-traffic routes and many were pretty clear by late afternoon.

• Even though well-used streets may appear clear, many roads and sidewalks will remain slick in spots; caution still should be used.

• Friday temperatures were reported to be a high of 22 degrees, with a low of seven degrees; the record high for Jan. 6 is 75 degrees, set in 2008, and the record low in 1912 was minus two. Last year the high was 43 degrees, with a low of 36.

• The Mesonet reported that Saturday should be sunny with a high of 36 degrees expected.