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Roads crews are scrambling to melt roads, but freezing drizzle is continuing to fall across Oklahoma on Monday night. Icy roads have already contributed to at least one death in the state, a crash along the Turner Turnpike near Chandler.Troopers said a driver's semi-truck skidded off the pavement. In Oklahoma City, Emergency Medical Services Authority responded to hundreds of calls, including dozens from people who slipped and fell on icy sidewalks. Walking and driving conditions are not expected to improve by Tuesday morning. Because of that, most schools throughout central Oklahoma are closed. District leaders from Oklahoma City, Edmond, Moore, Mustang, Putnam City and Norman made the call before evening rush hour. Several bus crashes were reported Monday afternoon, including one at Northwest 10th Street and Eagle Street. The Western Heights School Bus had five students on board when it happened, school officials said. The students were shaken up but OK.
Originally posted by Jay-in-AR
Weird thing though, I just took my wife in to work and on the way home I was noticing that the sky is being lit up occasionally completely GREEN.
I guess that is lightning, but it was scary to look at. I've never seen so many lightning strikes when there was ice all over everything.
Originally posted by mikellmikell
All that global warming and climate change stuff ain't nouthin compaired to what we have here. Here we have weather and not too far from here they got weather too. It's really hard to predict you really never know whats going to happen from week to week no matter year to year. Weather is one rough thing to deal with but you got no choice but to try to survive it .