At least a dozen tornadoes were reported Tuesday across Oklahoma and southeast Kansas.
Fortunately, no serious injuries have been reported in Green Country so far.
Some of the worst damage was in Rogers and Wagoner counties. The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management confirmed damage in Rogers County after several homes were hit on Tuesday. Part of a roof was blown off of one home, and windows were shattered.
A state of emergency was issued in Nowata County due to flooding. Several vehicles also became stranded in high water across the Tulsa metro on Tuesday night, which led to water rescues.
Workers from the National Weather Service could begin surveying damage as early as Wednesday.
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