Crews continue to clear snow and ice from roadways across Oklahoma. Travel is still discouraged at this time, as weather conditions are still changing, and the chances for black ice will increase into the evening hours. Currently heavy snow, combined with the sleet and freezing rain overnight, is making travel difficult across the state.
If emergency travel is unavoidable, use extreme caution while driving – particularly on bridges and overpasses. Please make safety a priority, and do not drive faster than the conditions allow.
In southwestern and central areas of the state, several short-term closures on highways have been reported due to accidents, fallen trees and downed power lines. In the panhandle, highways leading from Guymon into Texas, and from Boise City leading into Texas and Colorado have been reopened. Those routes were closed overnight at the request of the Texas Department of Transportation and the Colorado Department of Transportation due to hazardous conditions on their sides of the state line.
— Brian Sargent