OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Forecasters are warning that additional rainfall could spell trouble for waterlogged parts of the state.
Thunderstorms that plodded across the state today resulted in about 1 to 2 inches of rain, causing minor flooding problems in some parts of the state.
Several roads were closed due to high water in Caddo County, where officials estimated damage from washed out roads and bridges at about $50,000.
Transportation officials report State Highway 8 in Alfalfa County near Aline in northern Oklahoma and State Highway 80 near Hulbert in eastern Oklahoma both are shut down today due to high water.
A chance for rain will continue tonight for much of southern Oklahoma, with dry conditions beginning tomorrow and continuing through Thursday. Another front is expected to move into northern Oklahoma Thursday evening, with a chance for rain across much of the state Friday and Friday night, with a chance for more rainfall over the weekend.