Freezing rain continues throughout Tulsa county and bridges and overpasses are still covered with ice. Surface roads are only wet, but travel is still being discouraged in the area.
If travel cannot be avoided, please use caution.
Drivers are asked that if they must travel in these conditions, they carry the following:
-a charged cell phone
-extra water, snacks
-blankets, change of clothes
In Oklahoma and Canadian counties in central Oklahoma, bridges are icing over, causing accidents.
ODOT is reporting no hazardous road conditions in eastern Oklahoma.
In Seminole, Okfuskee and Hughes counties, roads are just wet at this time.
To the northwest of Tulsa in Kay, Noble, Osage, Pawnee and Payne counties, all roads are slick and hazardous, and freezing rain is causing visibility problems.
The northeastern part of the state, including Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Ottawa and Washington counties are all receiving light rain and there may still be some patches of ice on the roads.Road Conditions For the latest Oklahoma Road Conditions click here or call (405) 425-2385 or (888) 425-2385.Surrounding StatesArkansas - (800) 245-1672 Colorado - (303) 639-1111 Kansas - (866) 511-5368 Missouri - (800) 222-6400 Nebraska - (800) 906-9069 New Mexico - (800) 432-4269 Texas - (800) 452-9292 Tips for Driving in Winter Weather
- Check road conditions before getting out on the roads.
- Stay at least 200 feet behind road-clearing equipment; crews need room to maneuver and can engage plowing or spreading materials without notice.
- Allow extra space between vehicles, so there is adequate distance for braking in wet and icy conditions.
- Be aware of "black ice," which looks wet on the roadway, but is actually a thin layer of ice.
- Please be patient, plan trips ahead and allow extra time to reach destinations