TULSA, OK -- Most of the heavy rain has moved out of the Tulsa area, but the storm system continues to move south out of northeast Oklahoma Tuesday morning.
Since Monday evening, the storms have brought lots of lightning, high winds and heavy rains.
Authorities say strong, straight-line winds tore off part of the roof of a house in Okay and threw it 50 feet.
Officials reported a billboard and pole that were blown down near Stillwater and power pole damage from a tree in Bristow.
The storms also dumped more than two inches of rain in Inola, Okmulgee and Pryor.
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