National Weather Service Confirms EF-0 Tornados In Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Catoosa


Thursday, November 11th 2021, 8:06 pm
By: Gabe Castillo


TULSA, Oklahoma -

Severe storms, including a tornado, damaged homes and downed tress-leaving thousands of people without power Wednesday night.

The National Weather Service of Tulsa says its surveyors found evidence of a tornado in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, and Catoosa.

The News On 6 team has been out looking at the damage left behind from the storms that swept through the state on Wednesday evening.

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Team Coverage: Oklahomans Wake Up To Storm Damage, Power Outag

Nearly 7,000 people were without power following the storms. Currently, the PSO outage map indicates that less than 1,800 people are currently facing outages.

PSO says crews will be working around the clock to make repairs and restore power to customers as quickly as possible.

Team Coverage: Oklahomans Wake Up To Storm Damage, Power Outag

Brooke Griffin was in a neighborhood near 15th and Garnett that where several trees had fallen near vehicles and homes.

Neighbors in the area said the wind was so powerful that it picked up entire sheds and put them back down in other peoples yards, brought down fences.

Click Here to to view the PSO outage map.

Team Coverage: Oklahomans Wake Up To Storm Damage, Power Outag

Cal Day was in Tulsa near 21st Street and the Broken Arrow Expressway when he spotted a fallen tree in front of a nearby home.