The storms that rolled through yesterday evening packed a punch in some spots.
Jessica saw a tree come through a roof at a house near Pine and Florence.
She told KRMG's John Filbeck that you could see the sky through the hole the tree left in the roof.
Other thunderstorm wind damage occured in the Tulsa area, including a large tree that was blown onto a trailer home near the Osage Casino.
Wind damaged the roof on the elementary school cafeteria in Skiatook and there were numerous reports of large trees downed in the city of Bartlesville.
News On 6 Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer says the severe weather threat for today includes Tulsa, McAlester, Bartlesville, Muskogee and Claremore.
An upper level low will be in concert with a dry line/cold front and that will enhance thunderstorm chances by afternoon here in eastern Oklahoma.
Enough instability will be present for large hail and some damaging winds.
Although the tornado risk is low, it will be watched closely on KRMG as storm dynamics could increase during the early afternoon.
Large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes will be possible today from Highway 75 and areas east of Tulsa.