Several tornadoes reported in Texas and Oklahoma

Several tornadoes have been reported in Texas and Oklahoma, according to the National Weather Service. The storms have caused damage to homes and businesses, and there are reports of injuries.

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for several counties in Texas and Oklahoma. Residents in the area are urged to take shelter immediately.

The storms are part of a larger weather system that is expected to move across the country in the coming days. The National Weather Service is urging residents to stay aware of the latest weather forecasts and to take precautions to stay safe.

Here are some tips for staying safe during a tornado:

  • Take shelter immediately: If you are in a tornado warning, take shelter immediately in a basement or interior room on the lowest floor of a sturdy building.
  • Stay away from windows: Stay away from windows, doors, and outside walls.
  • Cover your head and neck: Protect your head and neck with a blanket or pillow.
  • Get under a sturdy piece of furniture: If you are unable to get to a basement or interior room, get under a sturdy piece of furniture, such as a table or desk.
  • Stay away from cars: Stay away from cars, windows, and other objects that could be blown around by the wind.

If you are injured, call 911 immediately.

Here are some additional resources for staying safe during a tornado:

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