10:45 a.m. Teams from the American Red Cross are working with emergency managers across northern Oklahoma to help anyone affected by Monday's storms, spokesman Rusty Surette reports. Anyone who is displaced and needs help is urged to contact the Red Cross at (580) 363-1738 in the Blackwell area and (580) 237-5994 in the Medford area.
9:30 a.m. Residents are cleaning up Tuesday morning after tornadoes raked parts of northern and northeast Oklahoma on Monday night.
Storm damage across Grant County shut down numerous roadways and residents woke up to widespread damages, a sheriff's dispatcher said.
About 9:05 p.m. Monday a tornado was spotted on the ground by media crews and storm chasers 2 miles southwest of Medford, said Daryl Williams, meteorologist in the National Weather Service in Norman. Reports of several other possible tornadoes in Grant County are being investigated, Williams said.
There were no reports of injuries and no one is reported missing, a dispatcher at the Grant County Sheriff's office said.
Power lines are down across the county in the wake of the tornado, the dispatcher said.
Power remained out Tuesday morning in Medford, Manchester, Wakita, Pond Creek and Deer Creek as crews worked to restore electricity.
Property and structure damage has been reported mostly in rural areas on farms, the dispatcher said. Barns and outbuildings were destroyed and homes were damaged, but there are no reports of any residences being destroyed.
An anhydrous ammonia leak was reported in Deer Creek, but the leak has been stopped, the dispatcher said.
In Nowata County, a tornado damaged a home about 8 miles southwest of Nowata just before 8 p.m. Monday, the National Weather Service said.
The storm also produced several brief touchdowns about 8:10 p.m. about 5 miles west of Nowata, the weather service reported.
The Tulsa World reports a Welch woman in Craig County had minor injuries after straight-line winds lifted the roof off her house, and winds in Ottawa County knocked down power lines and trees about a foot in diameter just southwest of Miami.
The Tulsa chapter of the American Red Cross reported that it was helping a family of three whose mobile home near Delaware in Nowata County was destroyed overnight and a family of eight whose home near Salina in Mayes County was struck by lightning.
In Tulsa County, about 2,900 power outages were reported, but power was largely restored by 5 a.m., the Tulsa World reports.
About 200 power outages were reported in Nowata County early Tuesday, and another several hundred were without power in Craig County.
Several rivers and streams were at or approaching flood stage early Tuesday in Tulsa, Craig, Ottawa, Osage, Pawnee and Rogers counties, the weather service reported. Flood warnings for Craig, Nowata and Ottawa counties are in effect until 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and for Washington and Osage Counties until 11:30 a.m. Rogers and Tulsa counties were also under flood warnings Tuesday morning, the Tulsa World reports.
After storms the night before, crews closed Oklahoma 18 just north of Fairfax in Osage County because of flooding.
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