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HENNESSEY, Okla. – If you were hoping for a white Christmas, you were out of luck.

On Christmas Day across Oklahoma, it felt more like early fall than winter.

Even though the state wasn’t hit with winter weather, some Oklahomans still had to deal with damage caused by Mother Nature.

The Hennessey Police Department posted several photos of damage to power poles and structures caused by strong winds.

At this point, there’s no word on the extent of the damage or how long it will take to repair.