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NWS: 2 tornadoes touched down in Tulsa metro Sunday; 3rd tornado hit Rogers County

The first one, rated an EF-2, developed over a neighborhood near 36th and Harvard and moved nearly seven miles to the east into Broken Arrow with winds between 120 and 130 mph. (KTUL)

The National Weather Service now says there were two tornadoes that hit the Tulsa metro area Sunday.

The first one, rated an EF-2, developed over a neighborhood near 36th and Harvard and moved nearly seven miles to the east into Broken Arrow with winds between 120 and 130 mph, according to the National Weather Service. A second tornado was rated an EF-1 and developed over a neighborhood near 51st and 177th. That tornado moved about to the east for about three miles.

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The EF-2 twister damaged businesses and homes near 41st Street between Yale and Memorial injured more than two dozen people. Crews are still working to open streets and restore power to hundreds of people Monday.

A third tornado developed east of Oologah in Rogers County. The EF-1 twister damaged barns, trees and a home, according to the National Weather Service.

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