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Flooding Reported In Northeast Oklahoma

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Photo of flooding in downtown Chouteau. [Mark Folta] Photo of flooding in downtown Chouteau. [Mark Folta]
MAYES COUNTY, Oklahoma -

A band of showers dumped several inches of rain across northeast Oklahoma early Friday.

Flooding was reported from along Highway 412 from Inola in Rogers County to the Arkansas state line.

Video from News On 6 storm tracker Mark Folta shows street flooding in the Mayes County community of Chouteau.

News On 6 meteorologist Alan Crone says several northeastern counties were included in flood warnings early Friday with some areas receiving more than three inches of rain.

Crone says the water has receded in most areas, but drivers still need to be aware of the potential for flooding Friday morning.

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