Southern Oklahoma Hit by Storm

Oklahoma City, OK –

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A winter storm has dumped nearly 10 inches of snow on parts of southern Oklahoma.

According to the National Weather Service, preliminary snowfall amounts from Thursday's storm ranged from a trace in central Oklahoma to 9.2 inches around Madill in Marshall County. Other amounts included 3.5 inches in Ada, 5 inches in Durant, 6.5 inches in Carter County and 7 inches in Love County.

Madill firefighter Mike Idleman says only one vehicle accident was reported in the area, but there were no serious injuries. Idleman says he didn't know of any power outages related to the snow.

Meanwhile, at least 944 homes and businesses in southwestern Oklahoma were still without power following a Jan. 28 winter storm.

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