Tornado warnings have been issued in the state.
Follow along and get up-to-the-minute information about other warnings, damage, and local conditions.
A tornado warning has been issued for McClain, Cleveland and Pottawatomie counties. The warning remains in effect until 3:30 p.m.
Purcell school officials say they are holding students inside the building.
Circulation is being recorded just south of Purcell. Residents in Purcell and Lexington need to take their tornado precautions.
In addition to dangerous storms, parts of Purcell are also seeing flooding.
Norman school officials are holding buses and walkers, but parents may pick up their children.
Lexington schools are taking tornado precautions right now.
Tecumseh schools are holding buses, but parents can still pick up their children.
Tornado warning for Cleveland and McClain counties will remain in effect until 4:30 p.m.
According to Purcell emergency officials the storm sirens are not operating. More storms are forming west of Purcell.
— The Purcell Register (@PurcellRegister) May 19, 2015
Noble schools had already released some students on buses, but those buses returned as the storm formed. Children will be held at the school.
Bethel schools are also holding all of their buses as students and faculty take tornado precautions.
Tornado warning has been issued for Tillman and Cotton counties until 4 p.m.
Students in McLoud are taking their tornado precautions.
Flash flood warning issued for Washita, Caddo, Comanche, Jackson, Canadian, Tillman, Custer and Kiowa counties until 6:30 p.m.
A tornado warning has been issued for northwestern Pottawatomie and east central Cleveland counties. It will remain in effect until 4:30 p.m.
West Main St., Norman – Stephanie Gerlach
Norman police say there is a hole in the Hwy 9 bridge, over I-35. The hole is located in the westbound lane of Hwy 9 to southbound I-35. Vehicles are being forced to detour from the area.
Nicole Pinnell, Hobart
Seeworth Academy’s graduation, which was originally scheduled for 6 p.m., has been canceled.
Round two of heavy rain is on the way to the metro. Flash flooding could become an issue. Stay weather aware.
Tornado Warning canceled for Pottawatomie County
Jeopardy will air Wednesday (tomorrow) morning at 2-2:30 a.m. You will need to set your DVR to record ‘Mad Money’. That is what will show you in your TV guide/menu.
Residents near Walters need to take their tornado precautions as a strong storm moves through the area.
Tornado Warning issued for Comanche County until 5:15 p.m.
Tornado Warning canceled for Tillman County
REMINDER: There is a confirmed hole in the State Highway 9 bridge,
over I-35. The hole is in the State Highway 9 westbound to I-35 southbound
ramp. ALL VEHICLE TRAFFIC IN THAT DIRECTION IS CLOSED FOR THE TIME BEING. ODOT
is working to make sure the roadway is passable but for now it is closed.
Please find another route to your destination. Lindsey St. will get you on I-35
southbound as an alternative.
Westbound I-40 narrowed near Penn Ave. and Agnew
The right three lanes of westbound I-40 is closed between Penn Ave. and Agnew to repair a hole
in the road. Drivers should expect delays, and are encouraged to use an
alternate route. All lanes will be reopened by 7 p.m.
The flash flood warning that was issued for central Oklahoma has been extended until 9:45 p.m.
Tornado Warning canceled for Comanche County
A tornado warning for Cotton, Stephens and Jefferson counties is in effect until 6:15 p.m.
Strong storm is moving into Corum. A tornado warning has been issued for the area.
Westbound SH-9 ramp to southbound I-35 is closed until further notice to repair a hole the bridge. Crews are on site, however due to inclement weather there is no estimated completion time for repairs. Drivers should use the westbound SH-9 off-ramp to northbound I-35, then the off-ramp to Lindsey St. and use the Lindsey St. on-ramp to southbound I-35. Drivers are urged to use caution through this area and to locate an alternate route if possible.
A strong storm near Amber has increasing rotation. There is not a tornado warning with it, but residents should stay weather aware.
Here is a link to watches and warnings http://kfor.com/weather/warnings/
Tornado Warning for Stephens County until 6:15 p.m.
Tornado warning allowed to expire for storm over Velma. At this point, there are no tornado warnings in effect.
A severe thunderstorm warning remains in effect until 6:30 p.m. for Murray, Carter, Garvin and Stephens counties.
A tornado warning is in effect for Jefferson County until 6:45 p.m.
Scat'd showers & storms will continue overnight…a few could be severe. Flooding is the main concern. The morn commute will be soggy 6:26pm
— Emily Sutton (@emilyrsutton) May 19, 2015
Tornado Warning for Jefferson County