UPDATE: Flash flooding reported in Oklahoma City Monday, severe storms in southern Oklahoma

A flash flood warning has been issued in Oklahoma and Cleveland counties. High water is reported in roadways.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: June 23, 2014 at 10:14 am •  Published: June 23, 2014
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photo - Clouds moving through Oklahoma City as rain is ending Monday morning, June 23. 2014. Photo by Paul B. Southerland, The Oklahoman
Clouds moving through Oklahoma City as rain is ending Monday morning, June 23. 2014. Photo by Paul B. Southerland, The Oklahoman

10:15 a.m. NE 23 westbound and eastbound lanes at Lincoln Boulevard were closed Monday morning due to high water, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation reports. Check NewsOK.com for weather updates.

5 a.m. A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Love and Carter counties in southern Oklahoma Monday until 5:15 a.m. , the National Weather Service reports. Check NewsOK.com for weather updates.

4:25 a.m. The SW 59 on-ramp to Interstate 44 is being shut down due to high water at SW 59. Police officers shut down S May Avenue between SW 21 and SW 25 due to about 3 feet of water in the roadway, according to radio reports. Vehicles were stalling in high water. Firefighters were requested to assist stranded motorists on S Barnes at SW 59 and on S Byers Avenue, according to radio reports.

A flash flood warning is in effect in Oklahoma and Cleveland counties until 6:45 a.m. A flood advisory is in effect until 6:30 a.m. for Grady, McClain, Cleveland and Oklahoma counties in central Oklahoma. Check NewsOK.com for weather updates.

4:10 a.m. High water is being reported in roadways from heavy rains in Oklahoma City early Monday.

A flash flood warning has been issued in Oklahoma and Cleveland counties, the National Weather Service reports.

High water was under a bridge on S May Avenue on SW 23, according to fire radio reports. Firefighters were assisting motorists stranded in high water at NW 23 and Broadway Extension and at SW 59 and S Barnes Avenue.

Roof leaks are causing some building flooding, according to radio reports.