TULSA - Much of Green Country received snow or snow flurries Thursday morning, and while accumulations aren't expected to be great, roads may still be slick in spots.
The majority of Thursday's snow will fall south of Tulsa and near I-40, which is where travel problems are more likely.
ODOT has provided the following updates Thursday of road conditions across the state:
8:27 a.m. -- Okfuskee County roads are slick and hazardous with moderate to heavy snowfall.
7:55 a.m. -- Carter, Murray, Garvin and Pontotoc counties receiving light precipitation, though no roadway hazards are being reported.
7:45 a.m. -- Snow beginning to accumulate on some of the roads Wagoner, Muskogee, McIntosh, Haskell, Cherokee, Sequoyah and Adair counties. Secondary roadways are covered.
7:30 a.m. -- Due to continued precipitation, roads are becoming a little more hazardous in Okmulgee County. Caution is advised, but major arteries are in fair shape.
7:10 a.m. -- Roads are slick north of Tulsa in Osage, Pawnee, Payne, Noble and Kay counties. Light snow is falling in northern sections of Kay and Noble counties.
7:05 a.m. -- Roads in the Oklahoma Panhandle are slick in spots. Some roads are snow packed and slick due to ice.
6:53 a.m. -- Road Conditions are deteriorating in Caddo, Grady, Comanche, Stephens, Cotton and Jefferson counties at this time due to snow and freezing rain.
6:03 a.m. -- Portions of Carter, Murray, Garvin and Pontotoc counties are receiving light precipitation, though no roadway hazards are being reported.
6 a.m. -- Roads in southwestern Oklahoma are in good shape but light snow is falling.
5:56 a.m. -- Roads in Roger Mills, Beckham, Dewey, Custer and Washita counties are snow packed. Travel is discouraged.
5:38 a.m. -- Light to moderate snow falling across the area around Wagoner, Muskogee, McIntosh, Cherokee, Adair, Sequoyah and Haskell counties could cause some slick spots.
5:27 a.m. -- County roads and highways in Seminole, Okfuskee, Hughes, Pittsburg, Latimer and LeFlore counties are slick in spots. Use caution on bridges and overpasses.
5:09 a.m. -- Roads in Kay, Noble, Payne, Pawnee and Osage counties will be slick in spots. Use caution on county roads and in residential areas where snow hasn't been cleared.
4:05 a.m. -- All major highways in Washington, Nowata, Rogers, Mayes, Delaware, Craig and Ottawa counties, including the Cherokee Turnpike and Will Rogers Turnpike, are clear but bridges and overpasses may be slick. Secondary roads, city streets and county roads are still mostly covered in ice.
4 a.m. -- Intermittent light snow has fallen in some counties in southeastern Oklahoma but roadways are not affected.
3:50 a.m. -- All roads are slick and hazardous in the central portion of the state, including Canadian, Logan, Oklahoma, Cleveland, McClain and Pottawatomie counties.
3:49 a.m. -- Roads are mostly clear in the area of Tulsa, Creek and Okmulgee counties but patches of ice could still exist. Snow flurries have fallen but they aren't sticking to the roads.
3:25 a.m. -- Road conditions are deteriorating in Caddo, Grady, Comanche, Stephens, Cotton and Jefferson counties due to snow and freezing rain.
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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