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    Videos of the Massive Oklahoma Tornadoes

    By By Heather Buchman, Meteorologist
    November 18, 2011, 7:22:05 AM EST

    Thunderstorms produced damaging winds up to 92 mph and hail larger than golf balls across portions of western Texas and western and central Oklahoma on Monday afternoon.

    Storm spotters confirmed that a tornado touched down several miles south of Tipton in southwestern Oklahoma around 3 p.m. CST Monday. Some of the reports have cited this as a large, long-track tornado as it moved through areas farther northeast.

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    Damage has been reported with this tornado in Tillman County with at least three structures damaged and one destroyed, according to KOCO-TV. The twister reportedly caused severe damage to at least one home.

    KOCO-TV also reported that the tornado dissipated before hitting Snyder, Okla., but additional tornadoes touched down from the same thunderstorm. One such tornado moved through the western part of Fort Cobb, Okla., around 5 p.m. CST.

    Tornadoes were also sighted in other parts of southwestern Oklahoma, including near Hobart, during the afternoon. Golf ball-sized hail was reported with thunderstorms around Hollis, Reed and Snyder, Okla., and in Wellington, Texas, Monday afternoon as well.


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