Wet roads during morning drive times

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Updated: 2/13/2013 10:43 am Published: 2/13/2013 7:06 am

With light flurries overnight, the official snowfall for Tulsa from the National Weather Service added up to just one tenth of an inch.

The average temperature Monday morning was also above freezing at 36 degrees, good news for morning commuters.

But with wet roads, it's still best to drive with caution. According the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, they are seeing most accidents in the Oklahoma City area, along I-35. Fog and slick spots are being reported throughout western Oklahoma.

Highway Patrol recommends:
  • Checking road conditions
  • Driving 200 feet behind road crews
  • Allowing space between cars
  • Beware of black ice (transparent, thin layer of ice)
Numbers to call for road conditions:
  • Oklahoma 1-888-425-2385
  • Texas 1-800452-2385

  • Kansas 1-800-511-5368

  • Arkansas 1-800-245-1672

The winter weather has not affected Green Country schools and they will be in session today as planned. Most flights from Tulsa International Airport appear to be on time, except for three American flights to Dallas. And all flights from the Oklahoma City Airport remain on time. 

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