10:15 a.m. Flood warnings are continuing Monday in parts of northeastern and eastern Oklahoma, the National Weather Service reports.
8:50 a.m. A flood warning remains in effect Monday for parts of northeastern and eastern Oklahoma, the National Weather Service reports.
Bird Creek near Sperry is flooded and waters are expected to continue rising Monday afternoon. Moderate flooding of rural land between Skiatook and Turley has occurred. State Highway 20 east of Skiatook is impassable Monday morning, the weather service reports.
6 a.m. Flash flood warnings have been issued in northeastern and eastern Oklahoma, the National Weather Service reports.
A flash flood warning is in effect until 10 a.m. for Tulsa County, eastern McIntosh and southern Muskogee counties in east central Oklahoma, the weather service reports.
The warning covers northern Creek, Pawnee, south central Osage and west central Tulsa counties, the weather service reports. The area has had 3 to 5 inches of rain and flooding in low-lying areas is likely. Some locations that could have flooding are Blackburn, Cleveland, Hallet, Jennings, Keystone State Park, Mannford, Osage, Terlton, Walnut Creek State Park and Westport.
The McIntosh County area has had 3 to 5 inches of rain. Flooding in low-lying areas Monday morning is likely, the weather service reports.
At 6 a.m. thunderstorms were moving through central Osage County producing heavy rainfall. Up to 5 inches of rain has fallen in the area and 2 more inches is expected.
Much of the rainfall will move into Sand Creek and downstream toward Osage Hills State Park, Okesa and the Caney River near Bartlesville. The flash flood warning will remain in effect until 8:30 a.m. Monday in that area.