Severe storms ravaged Oklahoma and Texas on Friday spawning tornadoes, often rain-wrapped, large hail, high winds, and flooding rains. Two supercells in Oklahoma were responsible for most of that state's isues as they trekked along I-44 into the extreme southern parts of the OKC Metro area. One produced several hard to see tornadoes while the other left hail and flooding behind.
Scene 1-3: POV driving shots in blinding RFD-driven rain just south of the reported tornado near Elgin. Tornado was within a mile as winds of nearly 80mph blow. Third shot passing fire truck after RFD subsided. Chaser retreated south out of storm for reasons of safety.
LAWTON, OKLAHOMA SEGMENT (0:31-3:17)
The supercell to the south of the tornado-producer moved into Lawton with severe hail and rains the flooded streets in town.
Scene 4-5: POV driving shots in Lawton with water starting to fill roads.
Scene 6: Severe hail up to 1.25-inch falling in grass.
Scene 7-8: Cars taking cover at a gas station during hail.
Scene 9: Vehicle turns through street flooding.
Scene 10: POV driving shot of a Lawton road looking like a small river.
Scene 11-20: Various shots of cars driving through street flooding in town.
Scene 21-26: SPRINGER, OKLAHOMA shelf cloud and whale's mouth shots as the line of storms hits I-35 south of OKC early evening.