-- There's flooding all across the metro area after 8 to 11 inches of rain fell, said Kristy Yager, a spokeswoman for Oklahoma City. The city also has minor building flooding downtown, including one inch of flood water pooling on the first floor of City Hall.
-- "We saw flooding in areas that we don't see flooding," said Oklahoma City police Lt. Jay Barnett, but he did not have firm numbers on rescue.
-- The city of El Reno, west of Oklahoma City, was also at risk of flooding. The city mayor urged residents to take shelter inside. "It's started to hail again and rain; we are telling people to stay inside," Mayor Matt White said.
-- A large part of Moore was without power, as were parts of El Reno and Union City littered by downed power lines and trees.
-- The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management reports at least 86,200 outages across the state.
-- Gov. Jay Nixon said Saturday that there were no fatalities tied to tornadoes that rolled through the St. Louis metropolitan area, but he said at least three people died around the state due to drowning.
-- Outside St. Louis, in St. Charles County, some homes were demolished. Aerial video from CNN affiliate KMOV showed at least the second floors of several homes ripped apart, with houses to the front and behind still standing.
-- Most of the St. Charles County damage happened in a 10-square-mile area just east of a country club, sandwiched between the town of St. Peters and the Ohio River, county spokesman Colene McEntee told CNN. No serious injuries were reported in the county.
-- Also damaged was the 10,000-seat Family Arena in St. Charles, McEntee said. The damage led three high schools in the Francis Howell school district to postpone graduation ceremonies that had been scheduled for Saturday, KSDK reported.
-- For four hours, the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport was closed to remove debris from the runway, but it reopened early Saturday morning. The terminals were not affected, but the storm caused damage to some airport buildings. Passengers and employees took shelter in restrooms and lower levels of the terminal before the storm hit, and there were no reports of injuries. Airport updates will be posted here: http://www.flystl.com/Newsroom/Blog.aspx
-- Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency. Portions of more than 200 roads were closed due to flooding, the Missouri Department of Transportation said Saturday morning.
-- The total number of customers without power in the state was more than 67,000 as of 9:30 p.m. (10:30 p.m. ET). The latest numbers can be found here: http://apps.ameren.com/outage/outagemap.aspx?state=MO
The power outages are not limited to the two states. At one point Saturday, tens of thousands were without power, though that number dropped significantly as the day wore on. Below are power outage numbers as of 9:30 p.m. ET.
More details: http://apps.ameren.com/outage/outagemap.aspx?state=IL