Severe thunderstorms ripped across Oklahoma on Sunday and Sunday night spawning several tornadoes. Severe weather was also reported in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Texas. There have been no reports of injuries or deaths.
At the peak of the storms, there were 10,000 customers without power. There are about 5,000 outages this morning in Oklahoma according to PowerOutage.US.
On Sunday there were 14 reports of tornadoes, most of which were reported in Oklahoma. In Coweta, there were reports of power poles down and buildings were damaged. A barn was damaged 4 miles southeast of Mcloud. Widespread tree damage was also reported.
More severe weather is ahead. Today there is a risk of severe thunderstorms from the mid-Mississippi Valley into portions of the upper Great Lakes, with damaging wind, isolated hail, and a few tornadoes possible.
Then on Tuesday, there is an enhanced risk of severe storms in the evening and overnight hours across the central Plains.