Oklahoma road conditions

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OKLAHOMA — Temperatures are a bit higher Sunday, but drivers should be alert to black ice as temperatures are still low.

Drivers should also remain alert to downed trees and limbs or power lines blocking highways, and never attempt to drive over a power line.

While highways have improved today in central Oklahoma and the Oklahoma City metro area, drivers should be aware of black ice developing on bridges as refreezing likely occurred overnight. I-35 from the metro area south to the Texas line remains wet.

If travel is necessary, drivers should use extra caution in affected areas, especially on bridges, overpasses and ramps.

Highways are wet with some slick areas in western Oklahoma, including the I-40 corridor. Roadways in Blaine and Custer county remain slick. Crews are monitoring conditions in southwestern Oklahoma and in the Panhandle.

Click here to stay updated on local weather conditions before traveling and to view interstate and metro area traffic conditions and camera views. You can also follow @OKDOT on Twitter.

Drivers should stay at least 200 feet behind road clearing trucks and equipment and not attempt to pass.

Out-of-State Road Conditions

Arkansas 800-245-1672 http://www.idrivearkansas.com

Colorado 303-639-1111 http://www.cotrip.org

Kansas 866-511-5368 http://www.511.ksdot.org

Missouri 888-275-6636 http://www.modot.org

New Mexico 800-432-4269 http://www.nmroads.com

Texas 800-452-9292 http://www.drivetexas.org