Severe weather coverage: Storm tracking as severe weather moves across Oklahoma and the Tulsa area

TULSA - We began updating the storms before 4 p.m. Wednesday and followed the line as it crossed into northeast Oklahoma and out of the state.

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2:48 a.m. - Tornado Warning for Adair, Cherokee, and Delaware County until 3:30 a.m.

2:30 a.m. - All Tornado Warnings in northeast Oklahoma have expired.

1:54 a.m. - NWS issues a Tornado Warning until 2:30 a.m. for Delaware, Cherokee and Adair counties

1:37 a.m. - Grove residents need to take cover now.

1:22 a.m. - Tornado warning extended until 2 a.m. for Delaware, Mayes and Ottawa counties.

1:15 a.m. - Reporter Rico Bush confirms the roof has been blown off of the house near 131st and Garnett.

1:09 a.m. - National Weather Service reports a house without a roof near 131st and Garnett. We have a crew on the way.

1:08 a.m. - Hearing thunder here at the station on Brookside.

12:45 a.m. - Tornado Warning issued for Mayes and Delaware counties until 1:15 am.

12:44 a.m. - Storm spotter Dennie Bryson is near Chouteau says there is a small lowering of the clouds but no funnels.

12:40 a.m. - Taft Price says more heavy rain will come into the Tulsa area around 1 to 1:30 a.m.

12:37 a.m. - Areas near Inola need to be on alert as storm passes through.

12:32 a.m. - Power outages in Wagoner County: 779

12:31 a.m. - Power lines down on HWY 51 2 miles east of Coweta.

12:27 a.m. - Expect high winds in Wagoner - Dan Threlkeld

12:23 a.m. - Power outages in Tulsa County: 1,600

12:16 a.m. - Reports of flooding at 131st and Mingo in Bixby. No damage reports there or in Broken Arrow.

12:12 a.m. - Storm spotter Dennie Bryson reporting a 97 mph wind gust 3 miles south of Coweta. He said his truck was rocking and that he had debris flying around his truck.

12:08 a.m. - Broken Arrow residents should already be in your safe place - Taft Price

12:02 a.m. - Between Bixby, Haskell and Coweta - Taft Price says has the potential for a spin-up

11:57 p.m. - Storm is in Tulsa County and headed to Wagoner County. Residents need to be on alert.

11:53 p.m. - Dan Threlkeld says story will be in Bixby area in 22 minutes.

11:50 p.m. - Storm spotter Dennie Bryson reports from HWY 75 north of Holdenville a cloud lowering moving to the NE.

11:48 p.m. - Tornado sirens going off in Jenks

11:46 p.m. - Tornado sirens going off in Tulsa

11:39 p.m. -  Dan Threlkeld projections show storm to be in Okmulgee in 13 minutes, Bald Hill in 30 minutes, Midway in 47 minutes.

11:30 p.m. - Dan Pearlman says he is hearing a distant tornado siren in Sapulpa.

11:24 p.m. - Taft Price says we're seeing tight rotation on radar south southwest of Slick

11:12 p.m. - Tornado Warning issued for Creek and Okmulgee counties until 11:45 p.m.

10:52 p.m. - Tornado watch for Ottawa, Pittsburg, Rogers, Sequoyah, Tulsa and Wagoner County in Oklahoma until 6 a.m.

10:51 p.m. - Rico Bush is reporting very strong winds and heavy rain fall near Sand Springs

10:39 p.m. - Dan Pearlman seeing very heavy rain, lightning in Sapulpa.

10:33 p.m. - Rico Bush reports hard rain, hail in Pawnee.

10:28 p.m. - Dan Pearlman reports "intense" lightning in Bristow.

10:12 p.m. - Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued for Tulsa, Creek, Okmulgee and Okfuskee counties until 11 p.m.

10:00 p.m. - Dan Pearlman says heavy rain hits Stroud.

9:39 p.m. - Reports of flash flooding in Oklahoma City.

9:38 p.m. - 6,633 in Oklahoma City without power, OG&E says; 1,574 in Piedmont.

9:30 p.m. - OG&E reporting 698 customers in the dark in OKC/Edmond area. 

9:28 p.m. - PSO reporting 1,156 customers without power in Grady County, 418 customers out in Comanche County.

9:10 p.m. - Dan Threlkeld is reporting high winds are expected in Tulsa within 45 minutes. Also says plenty of lightning coming with storm.

8:45 p.m. - Dan Pearlman reporting BIG wind gusts picking up in Chandler.

8:40 p.m. - Colder air moving toward I-35. Dan Threlkeld saying good news is storms won't last until morning.

8:27 p.m. - Rain and some lightning here at the station on Peoria.

8:24 p.m. - Reporter Dan Pearlman reports west of Chandler, hearing some thunder. Definitely colder. Storm headed this way.

8:03 p.m. - Reporter Rico Bush says he's seeing a little lightning to the south and hearing thunder in Pawnee.

7:51 p.m. - George Flickinger is on Lindsey Street in Norman. He sees the storms to the west with cold air blowing into them. He says this will bring on strong winds.

7:37 p.m. - Lawton police report two tornadoes touch down. There are reports of damage to the Goodyear tire plant. No injuries reported -

7:33 p.m. - Reproter Dan Pearlman headed west on Turner Turnpike says it's getting darker and he's starting to see more rain.

7:23 p.m. - Reporter Dan Pearlman reports rain has begun to fall in Bristow.

7:01 p.m. - George Flickinger is on a storm near Chickasha, Okla. that he says is forming into a line of thunderstorms that will make its way into NE Oklahoma later Wednesday night. We have his video posted on this story. On your phone go to our Video section.

6:58 p.m. - Tornado Warning issued for Caddo, Comanche and Grady counties in SW Oklahoma until 7:15 p.m.

6:21 p.m. - Meteorologist sent back a photo showing a lowering near Lawton where a tornado warning has been issued.

6:14 p.m. - Storm chasers reporting tennis ball sized hail in Elgin, Oklahoma.

5:26 p.m. - There's rain and heavy winds near Lawton where 2NEWS storm chasers are passing through.

4:53 p.m. - We're seeing a weak storm west of OSU that we don't expect to become severe.

4:43 pm. - Dan Threlkeld reports a few scattered showers in Payne county now. They are not severe. The strongest storms are near Lawton.

3:53 p.m. - Reporter Dan Pearlman arrives in Bristow awaiting the storms.

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