- Associated Press - Sunday, December 27, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says highways are slick and hazardous in spots throughout the western part of the state affected by this weekend’s severe weather.

The agency said Sunday that roads remained slick from Woods County, south to Beckham and Greer Counties, and east to Canadian County, because of the winter precipitation. The affected areas include Interstate 40.

The agency says crews are treating highways and bridges with salt and sand and will monitor conditions, including developments in the Oklahoma City area.

The agency says drivers should use extra caution in these areas, especially on bridges and overpasses as precipitation continues.

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