Roads Slick In Oklahoma Panhandle

Sunday, December 5th 1999, 12:00 am
By: News On 6

Roads are slick but starting to clear in the Oklahoma Panhandle and northwest Oklahoma from the weekend's snow accumulations. Oklahoma Highway Patrol Dispatcher Sergeant Robert Foreman says melting is beginning to cause a bit of an ice problem in Harper,Ellis and Woodward counties.

But Foreman says bridges were salted Saturday night and in pretty good shape. Foreman says probably the worst area is in Woodward County where there was drifting snow on U-S Highway 412. He says plows are working on that problem.

The National Weather Service says Laverne, Arnett and Fort Supply topped snow totals with seven to eight inches yesterday. Shattuck and Woodward each got six to seven inches.