October can sometime be known as a second severe weather season in Oklahoma, and Sunday evening was a good reminder of that. Severe storms made their way across Oklahoma bringing rain and 6 tornadoes across Oklahoma and Texas, according to the National Weather Service. One of the tornadoes that occurred was in the area of Fairfax in Osage County. The storm caused windows to be busted out, damage to buildings, school closures for Monday and a 6-hour shutdown of State Highway 18 throughout the town. According to Indian Electric, parts of Fairfax have already been restored with power. Local citizens joined utility crews in the clean-up process. There have been no fatalities reported with the storms from Sunday.
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