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Update: Multiple highways across Oklahoma remain closed due to flooding, snow

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OKLAHOMA – Multiple highways are remain closed following the weekend’s severe thunderstorms and even snow in the Panhandle.

However crews are working diligently to re-open roadways and this latest update is from 5.1.17 at 4:00p.m. 

The following highways are impacted by high water, flooding, and snow. 

Winter Weather:
All highways in Cimarron and Texas Counties in the panhandle are now open following winter weather.

The following highways are impacted by high water or flooding:
CHEROKEE COUNTY
SH-80 is closed five miles south of SH-51 between Hulbert and Fort Gibson.

MAYES COUNTY
SH-20 is closed 2.5 miles west of the SH-82 junction

NOWATA COUNTY
SH-10 is closed four miles east of the US-169 junction

OTTAWA COUNTY
SH-125 is closed at River View Park in Miami
US-59/SH-10 (Welch Rd.) is closed at Coal Creek

TULSA COUNTY
SH-11 is closed between 116th St. N. and 136th St. N.
Westbound SH-20 is narrowed to one lane between Lewis Ave. and SH-11
**Do not drive into high water! Turn around, don’t drown.