OKLAHOMA CITY -- A winter storm has moved out of Oklahoma, but it left behind six inches of snow in the Oklahoma City area and 25 inches in the northeastern part of the state.
The snow started falling in the metro area around 1 a.m. and stopped at noon. Although the storm was not as bad as last week's blizzard, it still created problems for drivers.
Street Superintendent Mike DeGiacomo said crews were out early Wednesday morning, salting and sanding roads. He said because there was less accumulation and less blowing snow, crews had a much easier time.
DeGiacomo said now that the snow has stopped falling, the plows can start clearing snow from the streets.
News 9 reporters Kirsten McIntyre and Gan Matthew checked the roads in Edmond and Moore and found the roads were fairly clear and easy to navigate.
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