UPDATE (8:36 p.m. December 13, 2020): Power outages are being gradually restored across the state over the last four hours, but some in cities as far west as Oklahoma City and as far east as Muskogee are still without electricity.
According to OG&E's System Watch map, more than 1,200 (1,221) Oklahomans remain without electricity. The OG&E outages are concentrated in four areas: Oklahoma City (591), Sapulpa (395), Marland (126) and Muskogee (109).
The Public Service Company of Oklahoma is reporting 272 customers across Green Country who remain without power.
UPDATE (4:10 p.m. December 13, 2020): The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said its phone lines are coming back online.
Below is the original story.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said its phone lines are down for a second time since the start of Sunday's snowy weather.
The patrol's phone lines are down in the following counties: Canadian, Cleveland, Kay, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, Noble, Oklahoma, Osage, Pawnee, Payne and Pottawatomie.
According to OG&E's System Watch, there are more than 3,000 Oklahomans (3,783) who are without power statewide as of 4 p.m. Sunday. Sapulpa (2,328) is the city with the most outages within OG&E's network.
Oklahoma City accounts for just over 600 customers (603) who are without electricity. Haskell has the third-most customers (544).
The Public Service Company of Oklahoma is reporting 1,232 customers without power across Green Country.
According to PSO's outage map, the highest concentration of outages are situated south of Route 66 between South Sheridan Road and Memorial Drive in Tulsa.
This is a developing story.