A complex of thunderstorms--some of which were severe--tracked across eastern Oklahoma late Monday and early Tuesday morning.
The storms will continue throughout the area overnight and into the morning hours Tuesday, with the final round passing through around mid-day.
The main threat with these storms is strong winds and flooding.
The system is dumping heavy rain on parts of central and northeastern Oklahoma. There are flood advisories for Creek, Osage Pawnee and Tulsa Counties.
The system was located along a line extending from 7 miles west of Wynona to Osage to Silver City moving east at 40 mph.