Fort Sill, Sooner state buried by holiday blizzard

By Jane Houston, Fort Sill DOLDecember 28, 2009

White-out conditions brought about by strong winds and blowing snow forced many drivers to slow to a crawl as an early winter storm hit Fort Sill on Christmas Eve. Here, the driver can barely make out objects just a few feet from her car.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – White-out conditions brought about by strong winds and blowing snow forced many drivers to slow to a crawl as an early winter storm hit Fort Sill on Christmas Eve. Here, the driver can barely make out objects just a few feet from her car. (Photo Credit: Jane Houston, Fort Sill DOL) VIEW ORIGINAL
The postman struggles to make deliveries at one of the Fort Sill housing areas against the fierce wind and stinging snow flakes that made any travel, even travel by foot, a hazard. The Christmas Eve blizzard brought record snowfall to Will Rogers Airport in Oklahoma City.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The postman struggles to make deliveries at one of the Fort Sill housing areas against the fierce wind and stinging snow flakes that made any travel, even travel by foot, a hazard. The Christmas Eve blizzard brought record snowfall to Will Rogers Airport in Oklahoma City. (Photo Credit: Jane Houston, Fort Sill DOL) VIEW ORIGINAL
Drivers kept their cars to a crawl as they left work early Thursday. The blizzard hit hard and brought icy roads, white-out conditions and freezing temperatures.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Drivers kept their cars to a crawl as they left work early Thursday. The blizzard hit hard and brought icy roads, white-out conditions and freezing temperatures. (Photo Credit: Jane Houston, Fort Sill DOL) VIEW ORIGINAL