TULSA, Okla. — The National Weather Service found evidence of three tornadoes on Thursday while surveying damage from Wednesday night's severe storms in Tulsa.
One of the three tornados pushed through midtown Tulsa and into east Tulsa around 7:15 p.m. Wednesday. It was determined this tornado was an EF-0.
The NWS survey team investigated the area between Riverside and Memorial, finding evidence of sporadic tornado damage between Woodward Park and Utica Square.
[1:23 pm-11/11/21] Our survey team has investigated the area between Riverside & Memorial in Tulsa, finding evidence of a tornado between Woodward Park & Utica Square. Sporadic tornado damage was found within a larger area of straight line wind damage. Add'l details later. #okwx
— NWS Tulsa (@NWStulsa) November 11, 2021
The survey team also confirmed a second EF-0 tornado touched down in northeast Broken Arrow around 7:25 p.m.
This tornado did not last long but did bring some damage to barns, tree limbs, and other standing buildings just east of County Line near East 31st Street.
A final and third EF-0 tornado touched briefly down three miles southwest of Catoosa around 7:30 p.m. This tornado did not last long and only caused tree limb damage in the area.
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