HOUSTON – Severe weather swept through parts of Texas and Oklahoma Monday night -- a total of 14 tornadoes were confirmed in the two states, CNN reported.
Hundreds of storm chasers and local residents took to the roads to capture the severe storms on camera. Here are some of the most stunning images and video from the recent weather blasting through these states.
TORNADO🌪️ CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Check out this #tornado from Midland County in #Texas. We'll continue to track dangerous storms all evening long on @WeatherNation 🌪️— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) May 20, 2019
For more info: https://t.co/2dybJBVQ6w pic.twitter.com/KDgROhoA6R
TX about 7 minutes ago (5:45PM central time)— 个 (@tornado_5005) May 20, 2019
Moving east, nearly directly south of Midland INT'L Airport moving towards TX 349
Those in Midkiff and north of town need to take cover right now!#txwx pic.twitter.com/2ahLtu57bz#Tornado
Here is a photo of what destroyed Leach Oklahoma. People are trapped. There is major flooding. This is a high concern among possible injuries and fatalities. Prayers need to highly be with everyone involved. Not only here but everywhere in the mid west. #OKWX #tornado #leach pic.twitter.com/KEocfIHxVq— MYLES / NELSON (MUSIC/SVLMEDIA) (@MylesNMusic) May 21, 2019
@NWStulsa @MikeCollierWX @newson6wxguy— Matthew Harden (@TemplarMason222) May 21, 2019
This was taken from the South, looking North. I am roughly 6 miles West of Haskell, Oklahoma. This is the same one that ended up in Leach. pic.twitter.com/wog4v653Ek
We blasted through the rear flank to get an incredible view of the McCook tornado. Our chase was cut short when we noticed a house suffered significant damage. The two people and German Shepherd inside the home were okay. #mccook #tornado #newx @USTornadoes pic.twitter.com/jvFpJWNcKE— Kyle Bush (@thereelkylebush) May 18, 2019
Most frustrating chase ever. So hazy. And so many chasers... Saw two tornadoes but the haze and chaser traffic made that next to impossible to get a good view of. I have included two "enhanced" screenshots of the tornadoes. Not my best. #tornado #okwx #chaserconvergence pic.twitter.com/hLAKt2J1rC— Mike Prendergast (@MPrendergastTX) May 21, 2019
It was a blessing that yesterday's massive #tornado roped out and shifted course while it was moving into Mangum #Oklahoma on Monday. I captured this just southwest of town. #StormHour #okwx #nikon #Mangum pic.twitter.com/N3sZyBcRLq— Matt Hollamon (@HollamonMatt) May 21, 2019
When there is one storm target, locals, chasers and everything in between come out to look. Captured near Hollis, OK pic.twitter.com/jT2k2kJ6xl— Daniel Shaw (@DanielShawAU) May 20, 2019