Street flooding, hail, high winds and power outages are being reported with early morning storms across Oklahoma.
Wind gusts up to 70 mph have been reported in several areas to the west of the Oklahoma City metro.
Intense lightning has also been associated with these storms.
Street flooding has been reported in Woodward, Yukon and along I-40 in the metro.
News 9 viewers are telling us they saw "marble size" hail west of Piedmont around 6 a.m.
Around 7:20 a.m., a viewer reported flooding at an apartment complex, located at 920 North Virginia.
News 9 received a report of power lines down at Pearl and Towsend, which is northwest of Sunnylane and Tinker Diagonal.
Hundreds are without power this morning due to the severe weather that moved into the metro. As of 8:58 a.m., 265 customers in Norman, 242 in north Oklahoma City, 68 in south central Oklahoma City, 196 in west Oklahoma City and 159 in Shawnee were without power.
News 9 has several storm trackers and traffic trackers on the road and will continue to follow the storms as they push from west to east.