Mother nature continues to unleash severe weather across Oklahoma

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OKLAHOMA – The spring season continued to hit Oklahoma hard on Sunday, bringing more severe weather across the state. A Tornado Warning was issued for Canadian and Kingfisher counties and was allowed to expire at 2:45 p.m. Landspouts and a possible tornado were spotted in areas near Watonga, Greenfield and Okarche. At one point, sirens went off in El Reno where a benefit was being held for a previous tornado that hit the city weeks ago. El Reno officials say the benefit was evacuated but will continue once the storm passes.

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