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.
CALERA, OK -- If you plan on driving through Calera you may want watch your speed.
Calera Police say they purchased a new "speed trailer" with an $8,500 dollar grant from the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office. Right now it is placed along Highway 69/75. Red and Blue lights on the sign flash when a driver's going over the speed limit.
"It's a nice courtesy just to let people know because sometimes they can slip, and they not realize that they are going as fast as they are and this thing is a reminder," T.J. White, Calera Assistant Police Chief, said.
Police say the Speed Awareness Monitor will be placed in accident prone areas.