- Associated Press - Sunday, March 2, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Wintry weather is creating problems for some travelers at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City.

Spokeswoman Karen Carney says seven departing flights were cancelled Sunday morning as a mix of sleet and snow fell over the area. Carney says the cancellations were mainly due to the earlier cancellations of arriving flights. She says four additional arriving flights have been cancelled so far on Sunday.

But Carney says the airport is operating normally and a number of flights have arrived and departed. She says some flights are being delayed because aircraft have to be de-iced.

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says state highway crews are reporting slick and hazardous conditions on roads and bridges in northern, northeastern, and central Oklahoma. Slick spots have been reported in eastern and southern Oklahoma.

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