- Associated Press - Thursday, May 7, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says highways across the state are reopening after being closed by severe storms and flooding.

In Oklahoma City, all interstate and major highways are open but drivers should expect delays as the cleanup continues. Highway officials cautioned drivers not to drive around barricades.

In Alfalfa County, US Highway 64 has reopened between the junctions of State Highway 8 and State Highway 58 west of Jet.

In Grady County, the westbound lane of State Highway 37 is narrowed to one lane due to downed power lines. Officials say State Highway 92 has reopened near Tuttle.

In Hughes County, State Highway 48 is closed two miles north of State Highway 9 due to high water.

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