Road conditions, travel information around Green Country and Oklahoma

Northeast Oklahoma began seeing light precipitation early Thursday morning. Drivers can expect slick roads across Green Country as today's winter storm moves in.

View City of Tulsa snow removal maps (http://bit.ly/1eV50MB)

8:56 a.m. - Official snow fall for Tulsa is 3.7 inches according to the National Weather Service in Tulsa.

8:26 a.m. - Snow continues to fall.

7:55 a.m. - 2News reporter Patricia Santos reports low visibility in midtown.

7:29 a.m. - Slick Streets declared. Tulsa police not responding to non-injury accidents. Fill out a collision report online or at any Quik Trip.

7:27 a.m. - Traffic is passable at 21st and Lewis.

6:54 a.m. - Riverside near 81st slick and hazardous.

6:45 a.m. - Travel on  BA Expressway and and I-44 at about 30 to 35 mph.

6:40 a.m. - Exit ramps are slick, snow covered. Many have not been cleared.

6:37 a.m. - Travel at about 40 miles per hour advised on area highways.

6:33 a.m. - 71st and Harvard snow-covered, but driveable, Use caution in the area.

6:23 a.m. - Traffic going about 30 miles per hour on Highway 169 between 91st and BA Expressway.

6:19 a.m. - Roads at 41st and Sheridan have been cleared.

6:05 a.m. - OHP: Roads have layers of ice covered in snow. Traffic is moving slow around eastern Oklahoma.

5:54 a.m. - 91st Street between 145th and Highway 169 snow-covered and slick.

5:20 a.m. - The west I-244/I-44 junction of the IDL and BA Expressway designated as a problem area by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. Road crews will continue plowing and sanding efforts throughout the morning and will focus on clearing two lanes of the interstate system.  Northbound highways like U.S. 169 and 75 are accumulating snow faster than east-west roadways such as I-44 and I-244.

5:20 a.m. - Injury accident at 11101 Westbound E. Hwy 51 Expressway. Traffic being diverted off the highway at the BA Expressway and Garnett.

5 a.m. - Roads throughout state, including Oklahoma City and Tulsa metro areas are snow packed and slick. Travel is highly discouraged at this time. 

4:33 a.m. - ODOT: Highways, interstates, and turnpikes are being treated by DOT and turnpike crews, but all roads remain slick and hazardous.

4:15 a.m. - Heavy snowfall from Texas state line to Missouri state line. Roadways are snow-packed.

4 a.m. - Oklahoma Highway Patrol: Roadways in and around the Tulsa Metro area remain slick and hazardous, especially elevated structures.  Particular challenges which road crews are facing include the rate of fall for snow.

4 a.m. - All roads are considered slick and hazardous in northeastern Oklahoma.

2:18 p.m. - ODOT crews throughout the central, southern, south-central, eastern and northeastern parts of the state and in the Panhandle are applying sand and salt to icy roadways and plowing snow in areas of accumulation.

2:15 a.m. - Gas leak at 43rd and Memorial. Car ran into gas meter. Not clear if weather-related. Crews working to cap the line

1:25 a.m. - I-40 WB reopened following semi accident.

1:10 a.m. - Snow falling once again in Tulsa after a break. 

11:50 p.m. - I-40 Westbound at mile marker 200 closed due to a jack-knifed semi.

11:34 p.m. - Slick Streets declared in Tulsa.

9:26 p.m. - EMSA has responded to 39 weather-related calls, mostly motor vehicle accidents. Five were falls, one was a suspected carbon monoxide poisoning that resulted in no transports.

6:40 p.m. - Freezing rain/snow is falling in all areas of Tulsa, Creek, Okmulgee and Rogers counties.  Roadways are slick and hazardous at this time. Travel is discouraged at this time.

6:09 p.m. - Roadways in Payne, Pawnee and the eastern and southern sides of Osage County are all slick and hazardous.

5:18 p.m. - Viewer reports three lanes of traffic on 71st near Sheridan are at a standstill. She says vehicles are stuck and can't move forward.

5:01 p.m. - City of Bixby: Street crews have been pre-treating bridges and intersections all day, prepared to begin snow plowing operations along official snow routes when accumulation mounts.

4:50 p.m. - ODOT reporting light to moderate snow in Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Ottawa and Washington counties. The roads in those counties are slick in spots. This includes the Will Rogers Turnpike and the Cherokee Turnpike.

4:30 p.m. - ODOT reporting slick spots statewide.

4:11 p.m. - EMSA has responded to a total of 22 motor vehicle accidents in the Tulsa area. Those calls resulted in seven transports to local hospitals. Of the remaining calls, one was an unoccupied vehicle and the rest were non-injury.

4:11 p.m. - ODOT: Logan, Canadian, Oklahoma, Lincoln, Cleveland, McClain, and Pottawatomie Counties are slick and hazardous. Travel is discouraged

3:19 p.m. - EMSA has reported to 17 motor vehicle accidents in the Tulsa area.

3:09 p.m. - Gov. Mary Fallin declares a State of Emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties.

2:20 p.m. - Tulsa International Airport tweets "

Receiving light to moderate snowfall in all counties. Highways in Mayes,Delaware, Craig, and Ottawa counties are becoming partly snow covered and slick in spots especially on bridges and overpasses.

1:17 p.m. - Bridges in Okmulgee at Highways 75 and 16 are slick and hazardous. Two accidents reported. 

1 p.m. -  Light freezing rain in all areas of Tulsa, Creek, Okmulgee and Rogers counties. ODOT: All roadways are icy.  Extreme caution advised.

12:27 p.m. - ODOT: Cleveland and McClain County bridges and overpasses are slick and hazardous.

12:16 p.m. - McIntosh County on I-40 reported hazardous. Multiple collisions. Bridges and overpasses are slick. ODOT is treating the roadway.

11:42 a.m. - Heavy sleet reported in Tulsa. 71st Street Bridge slick.

10:15 a.m. - Ice and slick road conditions reported on I-40 and Highway 69.

10 a.m. - I-40 from four miles west of Checotah to one mile east of Checotah is covered in ice. Seven accidents have been reported in the area due to weather. Traffic currently at a standstill.

RELATED: Multiple semis wreck on I-40 near Checotah ( http://bit.ly/18Fn5Qo)

9:49 a.m. - 5-year-old killed in Muskogee rollover (http://bit.ly/1eTq2Lq) Officials say icy roads may have been a factor.

8 a.m. - Oklahoma Department of Transportation reports Okmulgee and Tulsa counties are receiving light sleet and ice pellets. No hazardous road conditions at this time.

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
(888) 425-2385
dps.state.ok.us

Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
(877) 403-7623
pikepass.com

Kansas Department of Public Safety
ksdot.org

Kansas Turnpike Authority
ksturnpike.com

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