Another round of snow fell across Green Country early Tuesday morning.
Snow plows and sand and sand trucks have been out through the overnight hours, clearing and treating roads.
ODOT is reporting slick conditions in parts of the area. Below are updated road conditions:
9:58 a.m. -- Tulsa police no longer on Operation Slick Streets.
7:26 a.m. -- Main roads and highways mostly clear in the Tulsa metro, travel on residential roads will be more hazardous as those roads aren't treated.
7:13 a.m. -- Counties in the northern portion of the state (Kay, Noble, Pawnee, Payne and Osage) are reporting slick and hazardous conditions, according to ODOT, and travel is discouraged.
6:37 a.m. -- OHP reports good conditions in Tulsa, Creek and Okmulgee counties. Only minimal problem areas with few slick spots across the area. No accidents reported.
6 a.m. -- Traffic moving normal in southeastern corner of the state. No accidents reported but motorists should continue watching for slick spots.
5:55 a.m. -- OHP reporting no hazardous conditions in Wagoner, Muskogee, Cherokee, McIntosh, Haskell, Sequoyah or Adair counties.
5:48 a.m. -- City streets maintenance official Tim McCorkell says bridges and overpasses have been treated in Tulsa. Drive with caution.
5:23 a.m. -- Storm Shield meteorologist George Flickinger reports about an inch of snow on the ground in the Tulsa area.
5:15 a.m. -- ODOT: In the Tulsa metro, roads are snow-packed and slick in areas.
5:15 a.m. -- In an early morning update, ODOT reports slick and hazardous conditions in northwestern, northcentral and northeastern Okalhoma. Crews are plowing and applying salt and sand to interstates and highways. Drivers are urged to use extreme caution.
5:05 a.m. -- ODOT: Roadways are becoming slick in the southwestern most corner of the state.
5 a.m. -- Snow is falling in Wagoner, Muskogee and Cherokee counties at this time and beginning to accumulate on the roadways. ODOT encourages caution while driving.
4:49 a.m. -- ODOT reporting slick and hazardous conditions in Creek and Tulsa counties. Much of the rest of Green Country is slick in spots. Travel with caution.
4:37 a.m. -- OHP reports no known hazardous conditions in the northeastern corner of the state. This includes Washington, Nowata, Rogers, Craig, Mayes, Ottawa and Delaware counties.
4:06 a.m. -- Tulsa police enact Operation Slick Streets. Officers will not respond to non-injury accidents. Instead, police say drivers should exchange insurance information. Incidents can then be reported by filling out a form available at most QuikTrips or online at http://bit.ly/VllWof .
3:46 a.m. -- 2NEWS checked with area police departments. Bartlesville, Sapulpa, Muskogee, Broken Arrow, Sand Springs and Owasso police say no accidents have been reported.
Below is a list of resources to check road conditions throughout Oklahoma and Kansas:
Call *55 for emergency roadside assistance.
Oklahoma Department of Public Safety
Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
Kansas Department of Public Safety
Kansas Turnpike Authority
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