Despite a lowering and storm sirens going off in Guthrie, there were no reports of tornadoes touching the ground.
Logan County Emergency Manager David Ball confirms the report.
The storm became pronounced as it approached the El Reno area and continued to do so as it traveled into Logan County.
The storm had a tornado warning as it came into southwest Logan County, but was allowed to expire. However, just minutes later the tornado warning was reissued for Guthrie and eastern Logan County.
Along with the threat of a tornado, the storm brought brief, heavy rains and small hail.
So far, there have been no reports of any significant damage from the storm.