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More tornadoes occurred in Oklahoma because extreme weather continues in southern areas

In Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Kansas, and Nebraska, there were 67 whirlwinds from Friday to Sunday.
More tornadoes occurred in Oklahoma because extreme weather continues in southern areas
On Monday, the twists and funnel clouds were observed in Oklahoma. The last round of bad weather was full of tornados in the weekend, which broke the roofs of houses and the lines of electricity from the ground were broken.

After the warnings of the National Weather Service (NWS), most of Oklahoma, Panhell's long history of Northwestern Texas and Eastern Texas, storm forces are ready for the intense cyclone of winds and a baseball-shaped hail.

NWS on Monday afternoon, after seeing a large tornado near Mengam town of Oklahoma City, the people of Mankam City made an attempt to cover themselves.

Glenn Edwards, Director of Emergency Management for Greer County, told the Associated Press that the roof of some houses was damaged, the agricultural land of high school was destroyed but the cattle were saved.

"Swine is roaming about what happened to his house," he said.

Twenty minutes later, the agency told that there was another whirlwind in the nearby city Granite.

Video of a tornado near Mangum showed a massive tornado rising above rural areas and houses.

There were no immediate reports of injuries. The State's Emergency Management Department said that "many" power lines were down and some houses and one apartment complex were damaged.

The department said in a statement that there were about 2,000 electric outages throughout Oklahoma, and most of them were in the eastern part of the state. It said that rain has stopped the way of floods, saying that the flood is expected to continue overnight.

In the northern part of the state, Mike Honsberg, director of the emergency management agency in Garfield County, said he had not seen any evidence of the damage to the tornado, but 3.5 inches rain on Monday had washed the streets all over the country. County

"We are encouraging people not to travel to unfamiliar areas and to drive around barricades," he wrote. "We have many water remnants and we have rescued those who have actually gone to bad areas."

He said that winds and winds running at 70 miles per hour are expected to run.

In Pulggs, Oklahoma, a community in the east of Tulsa, the fire department said on Monday that the storm "caused extensive damage and made most roads very dangerous" and some are inaccessible. "Do not travel to penguins if you do not have to," said Pegas's fire-rescue in a statement.

An NWS meteorologist in Norman, Oklahoma said on Monday that the storm could be extremely dangerous.

Meteorologist Rick Smith said, "We are on track with alerts and warnings in the uninterrupted flood of 24 to 36 hours of severe storms, floods, and tornadoes." "Many of us will have many rounds of severe weather, and the flood will be devastating for some."

The National Weather Service on Monday night said on its website that a striped tornado of Central Texas was under surveillance in southeastern Oklahoma, northwestern Arkansas, and southern Missouri. Oklahoma and other parts of Missouri were under flash flood alert

In Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Kansas, and Nebraska, there were 67 whirlwinds from Friday to Sunday.

Tornado and Extreme Weather Warning In 2013, the sixth anniversary of a cyclone flowing through Moore suburb of Oklahoma City, 24 people were killed and 212 others injured.

Hurricane comes just a few days before the eighth anniversary of the storm, which in 2011 destroyed the city of Joplin in Missouri. Joplin Cyclone, in which 158 people were killed and more than 1,000 injured, it is the most fatal since it began. Modern record According to the NWS in 1950 and seventh in the deadliest whirlwind in the history of the United States.