Forecasters say Christmas could bring snow, wind

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Associated Press

Posted on December 19, 2012 at 2:02 AM

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — A week before Christmas, forecasters are warning that holiday travel could be disrupted by snow and high winds in the Southern Plains.

The National Weather Service says a storm out of the Rocky Mountains could bring white-out or blizzard conditions to parts of Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas on Christmas night.

An exact track of the storm isn't known, nor are snowfall amounts nor when the storm may be at its worst.

Forecasters said the weather could force travelers to change their plans next week and said later reports would have better predictions of where the storm may hit.

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