Roads in the panhandle are already slick and hazardous as storm system brings snow and rain to much of Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports that Tulsa area roads are clear at this time as the system has not moved into the area.
Troopers in the Panhandle and northwestern Oklahoma report slick and hazardous roads in Texas, Beaver, Ellis, Harper and Woodward counties.
Troopers also report heavy snow in Woods, Major and Blaine counties.
ODOT has crews plowing snow and applying sand and salt to slick spots. Wet roads with a few slick spots are being reported in far northwestern Oklahoma and the Panhandle and mainly wet roads are being reported in central and north central parts of the state including the Oklahoma City Metro area.Road Conditions
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- 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