Wednesday night a tornado watch went into effect for southeastern Oklahoma as a number of severe storms moved thorughout the state. Multiple tornadoes were spotted in Tulsa County, destroying buildings and trees. The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado at 7:45 PM Central Time, reporting that it was moving east at 30 miles per hour. Residents have been advised to remain indoors until the tornado watch is lifted, since flying debris can be deadly. Large hail is also being seen as a possible threat as storms are expected to continue throughout the night.
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