TULSA - Highway patrol officials warn motorists in the Tulsa area to reduce their speed and watch for black ice.
Troopers say drivers should use extra caution on bridges and overpasses in Tulsa, Creek, Okmulgee and Rogers counties.
An ODOT travel advisory release at 9 a.m. Sunday said, "State crews in eastern Oklahoma are responding to snow covered roadways in Cherokee, Muskogee and McIntosh counties and slick spots reported on highways in Wagoner and Okmulgee counties."
Officials say the roads are slick in spots in all other counties in the KJRH viewing area.
Tulsa Troop B officials say they are not working as many accidents since sunup, but they still advise drivers to be careful.
ODOT and Tulsa's street department will continue to monitor conditions and treat roads where needed.
The following churches have canceled services for Sunday:
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