OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KSWO) –Governor Mary Fallin has extended a state of emergency declaration for the entire state of Oklahoma.
The governor's office says nearly 200,000 homes were still without power Monday afternoon because of freezing rain, ice and sleet that hit western and central Oklahoma. Heavy rains also caused issues in eastern Oklahoma.
Governor Fallin's executive order allows state agencies to make emergency purchases for disaster relief and preparedness.
The state of emergency is in place for the next 30 days.