A combination of very strong winds, falling temperatures and frozen precipitation will make Wednesday and Wednesday night dangerous for motorists. Freezing rain and sleet will change to snow before ending late Wednesday or early Thursday. Wind chills of 5 to 10 degrees...with air temperatures in the low 20s...can be expected. Roads will be icy Thursday morning but should melt during the day as skies clear and temperatures rise above freezing.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Department of Public Safety says 35 people were killed in February from fatalities, with Oklahoma County leading the state.
DPS says Oklahoma County had six fatalities, followed by Bryan and Lincoln counties with three.
Three pedestrians died in crashes during February. Three of the crashes were alcohol-related.
DPS says 30 of the fatality victims were Oklahoma residents. Five were non-residents.
Twenty of the victims were males, while 14 were females. One was reported as an unknown gender.
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