The NWS in Tulsa has been out the last 2 days surveying damage from the May 19th storms. They did find evidence of at least 2 tornado touchdowns in Creek County with the vigorously rotating storm that also skirted the southern part of Tulsa.
Here is what they found:
BRISTOW AREA TORNADO /CREEK COUNTY/
BEGAN...4 NE BRISTOW
ENDED...3.75 SW KELLYVILLE
PATH LENGTH...5 MILES
MAX. PATH WIDTH...ABOUT 600 YARDS
EF RATING...EF1 WITH PEAK WINDS ABOUT 105 MPH
DEPEW AREA TORNADO /CREEK COUNTY/
A BRIEF TOUCHDOWN OCCURRED ABOUT 2 ESE DEPEW AT ABOUT 709 PM. THIS TORNADO HAS BEEN RATED EF0.
Most of the radar imagery that I posted in my earlier blog about this storm was taken after these two touchdowns. I'll post some shots that better correlate to these events later this evening or tomorrow.