An enormous blackout is being accounted for across Tulsa along Interstate 44 influencing almost 1,300 clients.
Update 8:15 p.m: PSO reports almost 7,000 clients in the Tulsa region are without power. Around 2,000 of those clients are in east Tulsa, as indicated by PSO’s blackout map.
Twister alerts have been given for Delaware and Mayes regions.
The alerts for Wagoner and Rogers regions were permitted to lapse.
Update 7:45 p.m.: The twister cautioning for east-focal Tulsa County has been dropped, yet the alerts for southeastern Rogers and northwestern Wagoner provinces are still basically.
A flood warning has additionally been given to go on until 10:15 p.m. for Tulsa, Creek, Okmulgee, Osage, Rogers and Wagoner areas.
Update: 7:40 p.m.: The National Weather Service said as of 7:34 p.m., the twister close to Catoosa is as yet on the ground.o
Potential areas in its way incorporate Catoosa, Inola, Broken Arrow, Verdigris and Tiawah.
The twister is radar affirmed, forecasters said.
The National Weather Service has affirmed a twister three miles southwest of Catoosa moving at 50 miles each hour.
NWS gave a twister cautioning for east-focal Tulsa County, southwestern Rogers County and northwestern Wagoner County.
The admonition was given at 7:19 p.m. furthermore, will endure basically until 8 p.m.
Twister alarms across Tulsa are going off as a tempest with the possibility to deliver cyclones travels through the Tulsa metro region.
Potential areas in the way of the tempest incorporate Tulsa International Airport and Catoosa.