MAP: Metro intersections to avoid during flash floods
OKLAHOMA CITY – Certain intersections across the metro are more prone to flooding than others.
If flash flooding is a threat, these areas will more than likely be overrun with water.
Paul Bronson, assistant director of the Oklahoma City Public Works Department, said his crews frequently work on flooding issues in these Oklahoma City areas:
- N.W. 4th St and McCormick
- S.W. 29th St. and May Ave.
- Indiana and Park Place
- S.W. 85th St. and Western Ave.
- S.W. 149th St. between Portland Ave. and May Ave.
- S.W. 15th St. and Penn. Ave.
- S.E. 15th St. and High
- Oklahoma and N.E. 28th St.
- N.E. 10th St. and Sooner Rd.
The 4Warn Storm Team is predicting more rain in the coming days.
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We asked you for the most commonly flooded areas in and around Oklahoma City.
Here are the top intersections you mentioned:
- Broadway Extension between 36th St. and 50th St. (Oklahoma City)
- N.W. 23rd St. and Villa Ave. (Oklahoma City)
- 30th St. and May Ave. (Oklahoma City)
- I-240 and Western Ave. (Oklahoma City)
- N.W. 39th St. and MacArthur Blvd. (Oklahoma City)
- MacArthur Blvd. between 122nd St. and Memorial Rd. (Oklahoma City)
- Britton Rd. and Penn. Ave. (Oklahoma City)
- S.W. 89th St. and Western Ave. (Oklahoma City)
- Lightning Creek Area – S.W. 29th St. and S. Walker (Oklahoma City)
- I-35 & N.W. 23rd St. (Oklahoma City)
- W. 2nd St. near N. Broadway (Edmond)
- N.W. 192nd St. and N. Meridian (Edmond)
- N.W. 178th St. and N. Meridian (Edmond)
- N.W. 220th St. & N. Portland (Edmond)
- N.W. 36th St. and Hammond near MacArthur (Warr Acres)
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