TULSA – A tornado warned storm left little damage behind as it moved through eastern portions of the City of Owasso Tuesday.

A Tornado Warning was issued for Tulsa and Rogers Counties after several small rope funnel clouds were spotted over the Broken Arrow area and near Woodland Hills Mall. The warned storm moved to the north and east of the metropolitan area before weakening to a level where the alert could be canceled.

Some light wind damage left tree limbs in the roadway along 76th Street near the Stone Canyon subdivision, but outside of that, little damage was noticed or reported.

The National Weather Service continues a Tornado Watch for the Arkansas River Valley, Northwest Arkansas, and Southwest Missouri through 8:00 PM.

Tuesday proved to be an active day for severe weather in the state of Oklahoma as multiple tornado warnings were issued this morning in both the Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas. A tornado warned storm caused substantial damage in the Midwest City area early Tuesday overturning cars that were in a shopping center parking lot.

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