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  • TROOP A- Heavy rains are leading to ponding on many roads, and sections of road may flood at any moment. Do not drive into water covered roads. 20150523/2145/tmm
  • TROOP B- Major highways and Interstates are just wet, county roads in Tulsa, Creek, Okmulgee, and Rogers in any low lying areas are flooding and numerous side roads are washing out. It is recommended not to travel until waters receed and also to stay off side roads until daylight to be able to see the conditions of the roads. 5/23/2015 2253 hours gdh
  • TROOP C- There are no known hazardous conditions currently in this area.
  • TROOP D- There are no known hazardous conditions currently in this area.
  • TROOP E- There are no known hazardous conditions currently in this area.
  • TROOP F- There are no known hazardous conditions currently in this area.
  • TROOP G- Several roadways are closed due to flooding. DO NOT drive into high water. Be safe - BRJ 05/24/2015 at 01:45.
  • TROOP H- TROOP H- There is flash flooding is in affect in our troop area. I 40 IS NOT SHUTDOWN.On old HWY 66 near the 49.5 mm and 4 1/2 miles south of I 40 on Canute rd is closed due to water in road way. CLT 2142 hours 05/23/2015
  • TROOP I- There are no known hazardous conditions currently in this area.
  • TROOP J- There are no known hazardous conditions currently in this area.
  • TROOP K- US412, OSAGE, PAWNEE, AND PAYNE COUNTIES ARE CLEAR AT THIS TIME. NOBLE COUNTY ROADS CLOSED FOR FLOODING: SH15 West of I35 to Billings. KAY COUNTY ROADS CLOSED FOR FLOODING: US77 & Fountain Road (Tonkawa), US177 2 North US60, SH11 3 Miles West of Blackwell, US60 2 Miles West of I35. Exit ramps on east side of I35 at MM230 closed. OSAGE COUNTY: SH99 Between SH10 & US 60 closed. SH99 4 miles north of Pawhuska closed. SH11 between SH99 and Barnsdall closed. 23:15 5/23/15 drw
  • TROOP L- All areas are experiencing heavy rainfall. Highways are wet and county roads in low lying areas may be flooded. Travel is discouraged until daylight when visibility has improved. 5/24/15 @ 0330 hrs - MEP
  • TROOP M- There are numerous areas of high water this evening due to heavy rains. Travel is discouraged and if travel is necessary, call ahead to see if your route is open. At this point Hwy 183 through Kiowa county has been closed at Snyder, Manitou, Mtn Park and near Tom Steed Lake. Hwy 54 is closed from S of Cooperton to S of Gotebo. Hwy 19 is closed E of Roosevelt. This is likely to change over the next few hours. 05/23/15 2227 jlh

 

 

 

 

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