A swift-moving line of thunderstorms with strong winds and rotation that prompted tornado warnings moved swiftly through the area Tuesday morning, with cars flipped and damaged at a John Deere business in Prague and some damage reported at FireLake ball fields.

A swift-moving line of thunderstorms with strong winds and rotation that prompted tornado warnings moved swiftly through the area Tuesday morning, with cars flipped and damaged at a John Deere business in Prague and some damage reported at FireLake ball fields.

Tornado warnings were issued for a time in both Pottawatomie and Lincoln Counties and storm precautions were taken at local schools and at OBU as meteorologists advised possible small tornado touchdowns could occur from the same storms that did similar damage while passing through the Oklahoma City and Midwest City areas.

One tornado warning included Prague, where there were damage reports at the P&K John Deere dealership, including an overturned vehicle.

An employee said another employee's vehicle was flipped over onto her vehicle, and a flying carport damaged two other pickups belonging to employees, as well as two tractors at the business.

The employee said it was quiet and then the wind was loud; they shut all the doors and took shelter.

Lincoln County Emergency Management reported significant damage at that local business in Prague as well as tree damage throughout the area.

Some damage to a canopy also was reported in Pottawatomie County at the FireLake Ball Fields on Hardesty Road, where storm clean-up began right away.

Jennifer Bell with the Citizen Potawatomi Nation said Tuesday afternoon that the impacted area had already been cleaned up. The field where the damage occurred wasn't one that was going to be used for a scheduled tournament this weekend, she said. The tournament is still on if the weather cooperates.

The storms that moved through first impacted the Oklahoma City area. That line of strong thunderstorms rumbled across the state, prompting the National Weather Service to issue tornado, thunderstorm and flood warnings.

The Associated Press reported that strong winds flipped vehicles in the parking lot of a department store in Midwest City where a tornado warning was in effect. No injuries were reported. The Oklahoma City Zoo temporarily closed amid power outages and wind damage.