Severe storms across the state bring Tornado Warnings, flooding

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OKLAHOMA – Hail, high winds and tornadoes hit parts of the state overnight leaving behind some debris and flooding.

A severe weather system entered the Sooner State late Tuesday afternoon and a Tornado Watch had been issued for much of the state.

It is believed a tornado touched down near Hobart and Rocky late Tuesday night, but the National Weather Service will investigate.

On Wednesday, storms will continue to move through the state, leaving a high flooding risk.

Drivers should always turn around, don’t drown.

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