The NWS in Tulsa has issued a flash flood warning for Creek, Okmulgee and Okfuskee counties through 2 p.m.
Significant flash flooding is likely with widespread river flooding possible into early next week.
Another round of storms is expected to lift out of Texas and into eastern Oklahoma by mid morning and afternoon. Additional storms may develop along a cold front by late afternoon with storms sweeping across the region Sunday night.
The flash flood watch continues through Monday morning for many counties including Tulsa, Rogers, Mayes, Delaware, Creek, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Wagoner, Cherokee, Adair, Muskogee, McIntosh, Sequoyah, Pittsburg, Haskell, Latimer and LeFlore.
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A flash flood watch means rapidly rising water or flooding is possible within the watch area. Be ready for quick action if flash flooding is observed.
Thunderstorms brought massive amounts of rain along with them at the start of the weekend, leaving several Oklahoma counties under water. Some residents in Kiefer, Glenpool and Broken Arrow were turned back Friday night as water covered roadways and access into neighborhoods.
Remember: "Turn around, don't drown!"
On Saturday, EMSA responded to three dozen crashes. Paramedics transported 14 to hospitals, with five of those people in serious condition.
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By Saturday night, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation reported the following highway closures/re-openings due to high water: