Here’s a recap of some of the damage reported this evening.
The Oklahoman reported that strong winds caused damage to homes, sheds, trees and power lines near Harrah, Oklahoma County sheriff’s spokesman Mark Meyers said.
N Luther Road was closed between NE 63 and NE 36 while crews cleaned up debris.
Meyers said a roof was blown off a shed, the facades of houses were damaged and tree limbs and power lines were knocked down.
At Mangum in Greer County in western Oklahoma the emergency manager reported to the National Weather Service’s Norman Forecast Office thunderstorm damage. The report said damage to the softball field included fences blown down, dugout shelter flipped over, poles ripped out of concrete and flooding that reached car doors.