COWETA, Okla. — Late Sunday night, a possible tornado touched down in Coweta, Oklahoma, leaving behind damage throughout its path.
The tornado touched down in the area of Coweta high school around 10:45 pm.
— Brandon Wholey KJRH (@BrandonWholey) October 11, 2021
According to reports, the storm caused damage to several homes and the school itself. There were also reported damages to fallen tree limbs and power lines as well as debris in yards around Coweta.
Coweta was contacted by emergency crews Monday morning to assess the situation and respond to any injuries.
Coweta Public Schools also cancelled in-person classes and virtual classes that were scheduled for the week in order to assess the damage done to the area.
After the storm, the roof of the Phillips 66 gas station was damaged. It was closed during the storm.
According to the City of Coweta, there have been no fatalities or injuries reported after Sunday’s storms.
Power lines are currently being repaired.
Chuck Hodges is a senior meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Tulsa. Associated PressCrews would travel out on Monday to evaluate and assess how many tornadoes had struck.
Anadarko, another Oklahoma city, saw its buildings also damaged, according to the news outlet.
Norman also had hail the size of a baseball.
Oklahoma was not the only state that saw severe storms Sunday.
According to the AP severe weather also struck parts of Arkansas and Kansas as well as Missouri and Texas due to heavy rains and lightning.
The AP reported that survey crews were heading out to the southwestern part of the state to see if tornadoes supposedly caused damage.
Lightning caused a delay of over an hour in Kansas City’s NFL game between Chiefs & Bills.
Ryan Love, KJRH, first reported the story.