Severe weather started making its way into the Sooner state Friday, April 13, 2012 and continued through the weekend.
Picture courtesy of Woodward News
Hail near Woodward, Oklahoma April 14, 2012.
2NEWS viewer Frank R. captured a picture of this cloud in Broken Arrow near 71st Street and 257th East Avenue. Frank says he watched the cloud rotate horizontally counterclockwise and dissipate in about a minute.
2 Works for You Meteorologist George Flickinger found a tornado while out in Storm Chaser 2 Friday, April 13, 2012. This small tornado five miles northwest of Shawnee was on the ground for about one minute.
2 Works for You Meteorologist George Flickinger found a tornado while out in Storm Chaser 2 Friday, April 13, 2012. Here, George points to a funnel cloud about five miles northwest of Shawnee that became a tornado within two minutes.
2NEWS viewer Amber G. snapped this picture of a double rainbow in Owasso.
2NEWS viewer Jeff T. emailed this picture of a storm cloud in Broken Arrow.
2NEWS viewer Sam B. shared this image of a rainbow in Turley.
This image comes from our Oklahoma City affiliate, KFOR, who had a helicopter in the air after a storm blew through central Oklahoma April 13, 2012.
Officials say a tornado touched down Friday, April 13, near the University of Oklahoma campus in Norman, causing a few minor injuries and some property damage.