As heavy rains and thunderstorms move through the state, several areas are being inundated with several inches of water causing flash flooding.
As storms moved into the metro, roads became flooded in several problem areas.
NW 35/Hammond a flood prone street in Warr Acres is curb deep & drainage is over flowing. Will be like this thru the day. Avoid flood prone areas. @kfor @4WarnStormTeam @NWSNorman pic.twitter.com/UywBmdDHEj
— Marc Dillard (@F5Video) September 21, 2018
— Chris McBee (@McBeeWX) September 21, 2018
1:53 pm – reports from emergency management indicate Highway 377 in Pontotoc and Johnston counties is closed between Fittstown and Highway 7 due to flooding.
— NWS Norman (@NWSNorman) September 21, 2018
Several streets are closing due to flooding. Click here for an interactive traffic map. https://kfor.com/traffic/
Water is pooling under the overpass at Kilpatrick and S.W. 15th St., just east of Mustang Rd. Our crews say parents trying to pick up children from school are having a hard time getting to the pickup areas.
Traffic at southbound Walker and westbound SW 25th is temporarily closed for roadway inspection. (9/21, 3:22 p.m.)
— City of OKC (@cityofokc) September 21, 2018
Pic from Nancy Cramer
Washed out road just north of E1660 near Clear Boggy Creek. This would be the outskirts of Stonewall.
ROAD CLOSURE (5:40 pm):
Southbound lane of Interstate Dr. N in front of the Hyundai dealership has been closed due to a portion of the roadway washed out.
Barricades have been placed.
— City of Norman, OK (@cityofnormanok) September 21, 2018