UPDATE: Slick and hazardous spots reported in Oklahoma City

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation and city of Oklahoma City report slick and hazardous driving conditions Friday in Oklahoma. Crews are working to clear roadways as much as possible but travel is not advised.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: December 6, 2013 at 7:22 am •  Published: December 6, 2013

7:20 a.m. Slick and hazardous spots are reported at Interstate 35 and Interstate 40 and on Broadway Extension and Interstate 235 in Oklahoma City Friday. Vehicles are sliding off the roadways, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and police report.

6 a.m. In Oklahoma City Friday morning, city crews have been working overnight plowing and salting 1,150 lane miles of snow routes, city officials report. Travel is discouraged, however. Check NewsOK.com for traffic updates.

5:40 a.m. Crews from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation report slick and hazardous conditions on highways and interstates across the state.

Plowing operations along with salt and sand treatments continue statewide Friday, ODOT reports.

Roads throughout the state, including the Oklahoma City and Tulsa Metro Areas are snow packed and slick. Travel is highly discouraged. Motorists need to be extra cautious on entrance and exit ramps due to slick conditions and the speed differences as traffic is slowing to exit and speeding up to enter highways and interstates, ODOT reports.

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