The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office released some of the tornado victim’s names.
Investigators are still trying to identify one body and notify families.
The tornadoes Sunday and Monday killed 24 people in Moore and Shawnee.
Two of the victims were infants.
An Oklahoma emergency management official says authorities still are working to find six adults who haven't been accounted for since the devastating tornado.
The state emergency management director says it's not clear whether those people had left their properties.
Tornado survivors and first-responders in Oklahoma will be getting a visit this weekend from President Barack Obama.
A White House spokesman says the president will travel to Moore and view the tornado damage first-hand on Sunday.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says this isn't time for political payback.
He's urging lawmakers in Washington to support "swift and immediate" aid to tornado victims in Oklahoma -- even though Oklahoma's two Republican senators voted against bills sending $60 billion to victims of Superstorm Sandy, mostly in New Jersey.
Christie says two wrongs don't make a right.
Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett says 12,000 to 13,000 homes were affected by the tornado that tore through a city suburb.
List of victims:
— Terri Long, 49
— Megan Futrell, 29
— Case Futrell, 4 months
— Shannon Quick, 40
— Sydnee Vargyas, 7 months
— Karrina Vargyas, 4
— Jenny Neely, 38
— Antonia Candelaria, 9
— Kyle Davis, 8
— Janae Hornsby, 9
— Sydney Angle, 9
— Emily Conatzer, 9
— Nicolas McCabe, 9
— Christopher Legg, 9
— Cindy Plumley, age unknown
— Deanna Ward, age unknown