BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — A tornado late Thursday night left damage behind in Broken Arrow.
Large tree branches and limbs covered some yards near Kenosha and 225th East Avenue. The National Weather Service rated the tornado an EF-1, saying it was on the ground for four miles and nine minutes.
We found neighbors near Kenosha and South 177th East Avenue helping each other clear their yards of debris on Friday morning. The path of the tornado stretched from about Kenosha and Lynn Lane to northeast near 61st Street and Evans Road.
NWS Tulsa has rated the Broken Arrow tornado from Thursday night an EF-1 with winds 90-95 mph. It was on the ground for 4 miles and 9 minutes. Started at 10:35pm. #2News #OkWx pic.twitter.com/qa8dxXTVHf
— Brandon Wholey KJRH (@BrandonWholey) July 29, 2022
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