TULSA, Okla. - If you've never seen winds like what Tulsa experienced overnight, you're right.
The overnight winds are record-breaking.
The fastest so far is a 76-mile-an-hour gust recorded at Tulsa International Airport.
Steve Piltz with the National Weather Service tells KRMG that those numbers could climb. Piltz says, "We've seen pictures of some of the damage and have see some of the radar data. We were probably above that (76 M.P.H.) in a few locations. We probably had winds in some locations between 80 and 90 miles an hour."
Piltz says his office is still looking at data and could confirm gusts even higher than that. Piltz says, "We're still looking at some of the pictures to see if we thing the winds were even stronger than that."
Hurricane-strength winds start at 74 miles an hour. EF-0 tornadoes have winds around 75 miles an hour. Last night's winds were higher than that.