Straight-line winds blew off roofs and toppled a semi-truck in Sapulpa.
A tree fell on a home near Interstate 40 and Highway 18 in Shawnee. Straight-line winds caused damage across Pottowatamie County early Thursday morning.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahomans are cleaning up after another round of severe weather moved through the state.
Strong thunderstorms and straight-line winds early Thursday morning blew off roofs, knocked out power and closed schools in parts of central and northeastern Oklahoma. Thursday's storms came as crews continued cleanup efforts from Monday's tornado outbreak that killed two people in central Oklahoma.
Federal and state damage assessment teams are scheduled to tour damage from Monday's tornadoes in Oklahoma and Pottowatamie Counties today.
Meanwhile, several communities are dealing with new damage from Thursday's storms.
In Garvin County about 60 miles south of Oklahoma City, the Lindsay Police department reports that electricity is out for a large part of the time. Police officers are trying to clear downed trees and debris from roadways.
East of the Oklahoma City metro, the Pottawatomie County sheriff's office reports damage countywide from Monday's tornadoes and the early Thursday morning storm.
This morning's straight line winds knocked down all the power along Highway 102 and the Bethel Acres area.
The storm prompted Bethel Public Schools to close today. Butner, McLoud and some districts in northeastern Oklahoma also are closed today.
In northeastern Oklahoma, damage is being reported in Creek, Tulsa, Rogers and Wagoner counties.
The hardest hit areas are in northeast Sapulpa, south Tulsa and east side of Broken Arrow.
Sapulpa Police say homes and businesses in northeast portions of Sapulpa are heavily damaged.
In Tulsa, a shopping center at 61st and Lewis has lost its roof.
Public Service Oklahoma is reporting a number of power outages in the area. At last report, about 23,000 customers across northeastern Oklahoma are without power.
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