Freezing fog, slick roads, pipe bursting temperatures, record-setting lows, and maybe some snow are what we have had and what is in the forecast for the next nine days. This is the harshest cold that Oklahoma has seen in more than a decade as the polar vortex shifts southward. ODOT reminded drivers to slow down and use extreme caution on elevated surfaces such as bridges, overpasses and ramps. As of Wednesday, we were fortunate that the precipitation had not caused any power outages or downed tree limbs, but meteorologists are saying to expect another round of freezing drizzle later in…

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