It touched down near a highway one mile west of town at 7:25 p.m. (8:25 p.m. ET) and headed straight for downtown, where it was concentrated for more time. The business area was affected, power remained out and at least two churches were also damaged. Fortunately, nobody was injured. Downed power lines, large trees debris and damaged buildings are yet in the streets. Other tornadoes were spotted in Wise County northwest of Dallas and near Purcell and Lexington, Oklahoma, near Oklahoma City, and near Waxahachie, McCamey and Bakersfield in Texas. Storm systems across the southern Plans had brought heavy rain and flooding to the region over most of the day Tuesday. Flooding was reported in the university town of Norman, and forecasters called for up to eight-and-a-half inches of rain for the south-central part of the state.