TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- A tornado caused damage in north Tulsa early Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service gave the tornado a rating of EF-1
- SEE MORE: Photos of damage
- The FOX23 Severe Weather team tracked the storms as they moved through the area.
- READ MORE: Flash flooding, severe storms impact Green Country.
- Radar confirmed a tornado at Tulsa International Airport.
- FOX23 crews found homes with damage after trees fell from another tornado north of downtown Tulsa.
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- Flooding is a big concern in Green Country and the Army Corps of Engineers is increasing the release at Keystone Dam to 100,000 cubic feet.
- Another increase is expected to 160,000 cubic feet at 6 p.m. Tuesday night.
Severe weather tore through Green Country Monday night and into Tuesday morning. Two tornadoes touched down in Tulsa during the later rounds of those storms.
The City of Tulsa officials say damage is confined to a 5-6 block area.
The FOX23 Severe Weather Team tracked storms that turned severe around 6 a.m. in north Tulsa. The National Weather Service confirmed one tornadoe at Tulsa International Airport.
Another tornado touched down north of downtown Tulsa.
FOX23 Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott tracked the changing conditions as storms moved through that neighborhood near I-44 and Peoria:
At one home, a tree fell into the house and the damage trapped a man by his arm inside. First responders freed him and he was taken to the hospital:
FOX23's Sara Hart was at the scene and got a look at some of the surrounding damage:
The Outsiders House also suffered damage at the hands of Tuesday's storms:
FOX23's Jenny Young talked to a woman who left her home just before the storm hit and blew a tree onto her home:
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