OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Severe thunderstorms brought large hail, strong winds and a possible funnel to parts of Oklahoma.
Two tornado warnings were issued within less than an hour for a severe thunderstorm as it moved over Custer, Kiowa and Washita counties in west-central Oklahoma Sunday.
Radar indicated the storms were capable of producing a tornado but officials had no confirmation that a funnel touched down.
Washita County Emergency Management Director Lyndel Hamilton says what might have been a funnel only lasted a few seconds.
There were no reports of damage or injury.