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Strong Storms Bring Heavy Flooding, Damaging Winds To Parts Of Oklahoma

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Heavy flooding reported in Chickasha. Heavy flooding reported in Chickasha.
Flooding reported in Ninnekah, Oklahoma. Flooding reported in Ninnekah, Oklahoma.
Viewer photo of flooding in Chickasha. Viewer photo of flooding in Chickasha.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Heavy flooding and damaging winds have been reported in parts of Oklahoma as another round of storms move through the state Tuesday afternoon.

News 9 Storm Tracker Val Castor reported seeing heavy flooding in Chickasha, Oklahoma. News 9 viewers also reported flooding issues in Ninnekah.

A Tornado Watch is in effect until 9 p.m. for southwest and parts of central Oklahoma Tuesday afternoon. The Oklahoma City metro area is not included as of 2 p.m.

Flooding may have washed out a large hole in a bridge on State Highway 9 over I-35 in Norman. Traffic on the westbound side of SH9 has been shut down while crews work to repair the damage. 

Norman Police have shut down the following roads due to severe flooding:

Hal Muldrow and Main to the south

48th NW and Robinson

24th NW and Indian Hills

Jenkins Ave. and Duffy St.

24th and Main

48th and Main

Robinson between 48th Ave NE and 60th Ave NE

Rock Creek between 48th Ave NW and 60th Ave NW

News 9 Weather Page

News 9 Chief Meteorologist David Payne said the storms will bring heavy rain, damaging wind and hail to parts of the state. Some may be severe.

News 9 Storm Trackers and Bob Mills SkyNews 9 HD are tracking the storms. Stay with News 9 and News9.com for updates.

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