OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Parts of Oklahoma and Kansas are still
under severe thunderstorm watches and warnings, after strong storms
moved through Oklahoma earlier today.
A tornado watch covers much of Oklahoma, including Tulsa and
Flash flood watches have been issued because of heavy rain.
The National Weather Service still hasn't confirmed whether
scattered damage and power outages were due to tornadoes or just
Officials in southeastern Texas say a man drowned yesterday when
an overflowing creek swept a car off a highway near San Augustine.
The weather service says up to 14 inches of rain fell on the area
over a two-day period.
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