5 tornadoes touched down in Green Country Sunday night, according to NWS Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. — NWS Tulsa has released their survey results from Sunday night’s storms. As of Wednesday, five tornadoes have been confirmed in Green Country.

1. Bixby tornado

A tornado touched down six miles southeast of Bixby Sunday night. The survey team could not access the area due to a lack of roads. Because of this, the storm has been rated an EF-Unknown. This tornado lasted from 10:30 p.m. until 10:32 p.m.

2. Beggs tornado

The Beggs tornado in Okmulgee County has been rated an EF-0 with an estimated wind speed of 80 miles per hour. The tornado was on the ground for 2.2 miles and was 300 yards wide. The tornado lasted for seven minutes and developed along a strong line of thunderstorms north of E890 Road. The tornado then moved over Highway 16 and dissipated. Several homes were damaged by the tornado.

3. Coweta tornado

The National Weather Service rated the Coweta tornado as an EF-1 earlier this week. Winds peaked around 110 miles per hour. The tornado was on the ground for 3.4 miles and was 700 yards wide. The storm lasted for seven minutes. Several homes, Coweta High School, and a nearby nursing home was damaged. The tornado later dissipated over the Muskogee Turnpike.

4. Webbers Falls tornado

This storm was rated an EF-1 with an estimated peak wind of 110 miles per hour. The tornado was on the ground for 13.7 miles and was 900 yards wide. It was on the ground for 17 minutes. The tornado developed near I-40 near Warner and dissipated near Paradise Hill in Cherokee County. Several homes, outbuildings, and power poles were damaged.

5. Eucha tornado

This tornado was the third-strongest in Green Country on Sunday. It was rated EF-1 with estimated winds at 105 miles per hour. The tornado was on the ground for 5.9 miles and was 200 yards wide. It was on the ground for eight minutes before dissipating near Eucha Lake.

No injuries or fatalities were reported in any of the tornadoes.