Roosevelt, Okla. – A driver shared a shocking video of his broken windshield while driving through hailstorms in Oklahoma on October 10.
Jake Nia, a self-proclaimed amateur storm chaser, was in Roosevelt, Oklahoma, as severe weather raged across the state on Sunday night when several tornadoes touched down near the area.
In the video taken by Nia from inside the vehicle, huge cracks are visible in the glass as soon as it hits the hail.
A picture tweeted by Nia on Monday shows the damage done to her car. “That was a new windshield,” wrote Nia.
National Weather Service Multiple tornadoes confirmed in Oklahoma, given how the weather conditions were predominant for their accelerated development. Baseball-sized hail also lashed parts of the state, but there were no reports of anyone being killed or injured on Monday.
A potential tornado struck the Tulsa suburb of Coveta late Sunday cause significant harm One to a high school, homes and a gas station, the news outlet reported.
“Now take cover from this storm!” National Weather Service in Tulsa warns on Twitter, saying that the storm was rapidly strengthening.
Koveta Public School Classes canceled on Monday And said officials are surveying school sites for damage caused by the storm.
FILE – An Oklahoma driver’s windshield broke after inclement weather in the state.
Building damage was also reported in Anadarko, about 50 miles southwest of Oklahoma City.
Earlier, baseball-sized hail had broken windows and cars in Norman, about 20 miles south of Oklahoma City. Oklahoma Gas & Electric said in a statement that crews were working actively to restore power cuts.
Severe weather brought heavy rain and lightning in parts of Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Texas.
Kelly Hayes and Storyful contributed to this report. This story was reported outside of Los Angeles.