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Tornado warnings for Creek and Tulsa County will expire but severe thunderstorms continue to move across eastern Oklahoma Friday, with chances for hail and damaging winds.

A tornado warning was issued for Creek and Tulsa County around 7:45 p.m. and the National Weather Service will let the warnings expire. The tornado warning is centered in southwest Tulsa County near Mounds and Kiefer as our experts say a brief spin-up is possible, but the rotation has weakened. That system will be tracking north to northeast, to move through Bixby at 7:58 p.m., Broken Arrow at 8:08 p.m., Coweta at 8:15 p.m., and Inola at 8:30 p.m.

There is a strong severe thunderstorm moving through western Pittsburg County and is expected to hit Ashland and Scipio around 8:36 p.m. and to McAlester and Kiowa around 8:53 p.m.

Delaware County is seeing power outages, with up to 700 customers without power as of 8:50 p.m.

A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for eastern and southeastern Oklahoma until 11 p.m. Friday night.

Craig, Nowata, Rogers County Tulsa and Washington County were under severe thunderstorm warnings until 5 p.m. Friday and saw hail and strong winds.

This viewer photo was taken from Keystone Dam around 6 p.m. Friday.

Keystone Dam storm photoImage Provided By: Lori Veteto

A strong storm that is moving from Cleveland to Hominy and Skiatook Lake saw nickel to occasionally quarter-sized hail.

Some large hail was spotted in Cleveland by a viewer around 5 p.m. Friday.

One viewer sent this photo of hail covering a soccer field in Cleveland.

Cleveland Soccer Field Hail Image Provided By: Caden McArthur

The storm front is expected to form along the I-44 corridor this evening and move southeast through Oklahoma until around 10 p.m. or later Friday night. 



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