As of 3:30 p.m. Wednesday:
Mayes CountySH-20 south of Spavinaw
Cherokee CountySH-10 north of US-62SH-80 between Hulbert and Wildwood
Pittsburg County SH-63 between Bache Rd. and Haileyville SH-31 from Haywood to the industrial park west of McAlester SH-31 at Hominy Creek, west of Haywood
LeFlore CountyUS-270 between Wister and Heavener
Pushmataha County SH-144 east of Nashoba
Atoka County SH-131 at Wardville
Much of Oklahoma is drying out Wednesday after thunderstorms and heavy rainfall poured down on the state Tuesday. Some parts of the state were temporarily flooded.
Northeastern parts of the state were hit with the most rain on Tuesday -- up to two inches per hour. One Muskogee neighborhood had to be evacuated after high water surrounded several homes.
And in Wagoner, a driver had to crawl up on the roof of her car to keep from being washed away, said authorities.
No major injuries were reported from the flooding.