Here are road condition reports from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol as of this morning:
•TROOP A (Rural Canadian, Cleveland, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma City metro) — No road closings in the Troop A/Oklahoma City metro area .
• TROOP B (Creek, Okmulgee and Tulsa counties) — There are no road closings in the Tulsa metro area. Dentonville Road, south of Pickering Lane, Sharp Road south and west of the City of Okmulgee, S 170 Road 1.5 miles south of Conifer Road, S 230 Road between Cherry and Bristlecone Roads all are closed due to high water in Okmulgee County. There are currently no roads closed in that Creek County.
•TROOP C (Adair, Cherokee, Haskell, McIntosh, Muskogee, Sequoyah and Wagoner counties) — All state and U.S. highways are open. The following are county roads only. Adair County: None Cherokee County: None Haskell County: None McIntosh County: Rentiesville east of US 69. Bunny Creek north and west of Eufaula. Little Oklahoma (North/South 414) 1 mile north of State Highway 9. Timber Cove at the Low-Water Bridge. Mill Creek 2 miles south of SH 9. Muskogee County: Old Taft by Pecan Creek; 124 between Taft Road and Wainwright Road; 120 between Taft Road and Wainwright Road; 2 miles southeast of Fort Gibson. Sequoyah County: None Wagoner County: None.
•TROOP D (Hughes, Latimer, Le Flore, Okfuskee, Pittsburg and Seminole counties) — There are no known hazardous conditions currently in this area.
•TROOP E (Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, Coal, Marshall, McCurtain and Pushmataha counties) — No highway closings. Some country roads closed in Bryan and Marshall counties due to high water around Lake Texoma.
•TROOP F (Carter, Garvin, Johnston, Love, Murray and Pontotoc counties) — There are no known hazardous conditions currently in this area.