OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma highway officials say many roads are impassable in the state because of wintry weather, downed power lines or flooding.READ MORE: World Series Notebook: Home Team Finally Wins At Home
Parts of western and central Oklahoma are under a winter storm warning until midday Monday while flooding is a major concern in the eastern part of the state.READ MORE: No. 16 Baylor At Home Could Knock Texas Out Of Big 12 Race
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says roads are slick and hazardous in Woodward, Harper and Ellis counties in northwest Oklahoma. Interstate 35 is also slick in Cleveland County and near Purcell.
The department says high water has caused the closure of some roads in Atoka, Bryan, Cherokee, Coal, Haskell, Johnston, Latimer, Leflore, Love, Mayes, McCurtain, Muskogee, Nowata, Okfuskee, Ottawa, Pittsburg, Pushmataha, Sequoyah and Wagoner counties.MORE NEWS: Oil Chiefs Set To Testify At Landmark Congressional Hearing
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