A tornado was confirmed five miles south of Webbers Falls. There has also been heavy flooding in Pryor with water rescues reported.
We received reports of damage near Spavinaw; the mayor said there is tree damage, electrical lines are down and power was out in the area.
Heavy rainfall was associated with the storms and caused more flooding in several areas.
"Turn around, don't drown," Faurot said. "We've had way too much rain falling way too fast."
Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer added that more people die from flash flooding than they do lightning strikes or tornadoes.
Faurot also reminded anyone taking tornado precautions to:
Tornado watches were issued for several Oklahoma counties but expired by 7:00 Friday night.A flash flood warning for LeFlore County is active until 12:30 Saturday morning. Several other Oklahoma counties remain under a flash flood watch until Saturday evening. Flood warnings are also active until 9:30 Friday evening for many counties.