Update: 11:01 p.m.

Damage is being reported in Enid.

Update: 10:51 p.m

The storms are beginning to move into the eastern part of the state.

Update 10:34 p.m.

There is damage reported in and around Norman.

There is also damage reported in Oklahoma City. T

The Service King at 6501 W Reno has damage.

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Update 10:31 p.m.

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper confirms to KFOR substantial damage west of Cheyenne.

We do not have any reports of injuries at this time.

Update 10:21 p.m.

Damage is being reported in Norman.

Mike is estimated there have been 6-10 tornadoes have touched down since the storm moved into western Oklahoma.

The National Weather Service will do a damage assessment.

One of the 4Warn Storm Chasers was at the Goldsby exit along I-35 shortly after the storms blew through. Two semis were blown off the highway.

The first was picked up by the high winds and tossed into the ditch.

The driver of the second semi truck tried to stop but the winds ended up blowing that second semi off the roadway too.

We are told there were no serious injured.

Update: 9:50 p.m.

People in Meeker should seek shelter.

4Warn Storm Team Meteorologist Aaron Brackett is new Newalla and reports seeing multiple power flashes.

Strong storms continue to threaten Enid and Ponca City.

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Update 9:09 p.m

Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports a semi ws blown off the roadway and into the median. Both eastbound and westbound inside lanes of I-40 are partially blocked near mile marker 84 which is near Weatherford.

There are also reports of damage in Cheyenne.

Update 8:55 p.m.

There is a radar indicated tornado west of Minco.

Winds are very dangerous

People in Union City, Mustang, and Tuttle you should be taking precautions.

Update 8:52 p.m

Minco should be taking tornado precautions

Update: 8:47

Mike Morgan says radar indicates two tornadoes on the ground.

One west of Pocasset. Mike says winds are over 100 mph according to radar.

Sirens are going off in Mustang.

Update 8:34 p.m.

Folks in Binger should be taking tornado precautions.

Update 8:14 p.m.

Mike Morgan says there have been two February tornadoes touch down with this storm.

Update 8:05 p.m.

People in Gotebo, Carnegie, and Gracemont should be weather aware.

Update 7:57 p.m.

Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan says radar indicates a tornado outside of Hobart.

Update: 7:49 p.m.

People in Hobart should be taking their tornado precautions.

Winds of 100 mph are expected.

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Update: 7:34 p.m.

4Warn Storm Tracker Corey Inmon reports hail in Granite.

Update: 7:33 p.m.

The National Weather Service is reporting widespread wind gusts between 70 and 90 mph in southwest Oklahoma

UPDATE: 7:27 p.m.

A tornado has been confirmed west of Reed, Oklahoma.

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – An incredibly strong upper level disturbance is combining with increasing temperatures and humidity levels to bring a volatile line of storms Sunday evening.

Storms will then form into a broken line, and begin to race eastward at 60 to 70 mph. A large swath of damaging wind is likely with some of the gusts exceeding 80mph. A few reports of 100mph wind are possible.

4Warn Storm Team Trackers have clocked high winds as the front moved into Oklahoma from the Texas panhandle.

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Damaging winds, large hail, and an elevated tornado threat are possible.