Snow falls on Interstate 44 in west Tulsa on Wednesday morning.
There could be a few slick spots on your commute to work this morning.
With temperatures dipping well below freezing this morning, your could see some black ice.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports that road conditions have improved across the Tulsa area and central parts of the state, but cautions drivers headed to the panhandle and northwestern Oklahoma to expect more treacherous driving conditions.
The winter storm is creating several travel hazards to our north. Anyone headed to Kansas or Missouri is advised to use the links or phone numbers below to check the latest conditions before leaving.
For the latest Oklahoma Road Conditions click here or call (405) 425-2385 or (888) 425-2385.
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