Van Curtis says snow is about 30 inches deep in Laverne.
The National Weather Service’s Norrman Forecast office has posted some snowfall amounts. Those in the 20 to 25 inch category include Buffalo, Laverne, Fort Supply, Freedom and Alva. Some area may vary and many areas have drifts.
Areas with 18 inches include: Woodward, Arnett and Waynoka. Also, Cherokee has received about 12 inches and Helene and Fairview about 9 inches. Again, total may vary by area.
Doyle Brewer at Ponca City said they have received about 3 inches of snow.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop G, in the Lawton area, reports: Roadways are wet throughout Troop G area with a few slicks spots in Grady and Caddo counties.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop K is working accidents in Payne and Kay Counties. They are working accidents on the Cimarron Turnpike.
It is snowing pretty hard, not real big flakes, on the south side of
Guthrie right now. N0t covering the ground yet.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop K, based at Perry, reported about 1 hour ago: Heavy snow is beginning to fall again in all counties. Roadways are slick in most areas. We are discouraging ALL travel at this time.
Buster Record, lives 12 miles south and 3 miles east of Buffalo. They cannot open the north door at their house and he said his wife Jane has a brother north of Woodward who cannot open any door to get out of his house. Record did find a way out at his home a little while ago and headed for the barn 100 yards away. The problem is that the snow is waist deep. “You have to stop a few times to catch your breath.” Record has a horse trailer that has a 6-foot drift beside i.
They were without power from 6 a.m. to noon yesterday and then i went out again from 4 p.m until about 4:30. It was on until about
10:30 last night and has been out since.
OG&E System Watch is showing 376 customers affected with outages at Kremlin north of Enid. This includes my Lois and Richard Gray, my mother and father-in-law. My mother-in-law said they lost power about 45 minutes ago.