TULSA - The city of Tulsa will have crews monitoring area streets throughout Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
Snowfall brought a light dusting of snow the city.
Most of the flakes melted immediately upon hitting the roadways.
Since the ground temperature is above freezing, most roads are expected to remain wet throughout the night.
Crews, however, will be watching bridges, overpasses and hills very closely.
"The bridges and overpasses are first to freeze up because overpasses are elevated so they cool off quicker," said Tim McCorkell, a manager for the city's street maintenance department.
Martin Stewart, with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, says crews will also be watching the bridges and overpasses, on area highways.
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