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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – As Oklahomans enjoy the cooler temperatures of fall, you might not anticipate severe storms that are often associated with spring.

This week, Oklahoma has seen its fair share of tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, and strong winds.

According to the Storm Prediction Center, there were 14 tornadoes that touched down in the Sooner State on Sunday, and two confirmed tornadoes on Tuesday.

At this point, officials have not had the chance to assess the damage from Wednesday’s storms.

As a line of storms moved through the metro around 5 a.m. on Wednesday, there was a brief spin up near Mustang.

That triggered a tornado warning for residents in Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt says that there were no reports of injuries or significant power outages caused by the storms.

However, he says there is damage to homes in southwest Oklahoma City, near S.W. 49th and Czech Hall Rd.

There were also spin ups reported in Seminole and Hughes counties.

According to the 4Warn Storm Team, Oklahoma has seen more tornadoes in October of 2021 than in March, April, and May combined.