Extremely high winds upset one plane and damaged several others as severe weather blew through Jones Riverside Airport late Thursday afternoon.
Osage SkyNews 6 HD pilot Dustin Stone had a front row seat for the storm. He and other pilots were grounded when the airport shut down operations due to lightning around 3 p.m.
The airport pulled back all the planes that were lined up to take off, and they were all parked just before the storm hit.
"When the storms really got going and the winds picked up, they were scooting planes all over the place," he said. "There was small hail and a lot of lightning."
Dustin said visibility dropped to where he couldn't see the other side of the airport just after 4 p.m.
Wind broke ties on a Cessna 172 flipping it over completely. Several other planes sustained some damage to the nose or wing tips.