TULSA, OK -- A cold front pushed across eastern Oklahoma Monday morning bringing with it heavy rain, hail and a lot of lightning.
The storms moved across Tulsa between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m.
Tulsa fire crews, as well as utility crews, were busy as lightning strikes caused sporadic power outages across the city.
One strike on East Archer between College and Delaware put on quite a show until PSO could get to the scene.
The storms moved rapidly to the east and News On 6 meteorologist Alan Crone says we will get a break for a short while before more rain showers move into the eastern half of the state Monday afternoon and evening.