TULSA - Damage from Sunday's thunderstorms which rapidly swept through Green Country was minimal, with the big headline being the drastic drop in temperature experienced as a strong cold front swept through.
What damage did occur mostly involved fallen trees.
The storms were the most powerful to hit the area since the trees started to leaf out, making them much more susceptible to wind damage.
KRMG confirmed reports of several trees downing power lines and damaging homes in several communities, including Owasso, Broken Arrow, and Ramona.
In Owasso, wind reportedly tore off the roof of a Christian school run by Rejoice Church.
Small tornadoes reportedly touched down near Bray and Velma, small towns in south central Oklahoma, but they didn't do any significant damage.
Hail fell in several areas around Tulsa.
KRMG storm chasers reported seeing hail in Osage, Creek, Tulsa, Wagoner, Rogers, Washington, and Muskogee Counties.