(KTEN) — The Sherwood Shores peninsula on the Texas side of Lake Texoma and an area east of Kingston, Oklahoma, were hit hard Monday by a rain-wrapped tornado that has been estimated as an EF-2 packing winds up to 115 mph.

The Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed at least one fatality in Sherwood Shores. The victim was later said to be a 73-year-old woman.

National Weather Service meteorologists were on the ground to make a final determination as to the intensity of the tornado.

Sara Somers with Grayson County Emergency Management said Texoma Medical Center in Denison had received at least five injured people and two others were being treated at Wilson N. Jones Medical Center in Sherman.

Somers said initial reports indicated between 20 to 40 homes had been damaged or destroyed in the storm. Hillcrest road was blocked by debris.

Devastation from the tornado in Sherwood Shores, Texas, on March 21, 2022.

The First Baptist Church in Whitesboro opened its doors as a shelter for refugees of Monday's storm.

The tornado skipped across Lake Texoma and caused damage near Kingston. The Buncome Creek Marina was damaged; nearby homes were destroyed, some people were trapped in the debris, and a church was damaged. 

Tornado damage near Kingston, Oklahoma, on March 21, 2022.

Nearly 7,000 customers were without power in Marshall County; hundreds more lost electrical service in Love, Grayson and Cooke counties.

The Willis Bridge (U.S. 377) and the Roosevelt Bridge (U.S. 70) across Lake Texoma were closed to traffic for a time on Monday night.

There were at least two tornadoes tracked across Texoma on Monday. KTEN Chief Meteorologist Mandy Bailey maps their paths:

Here are the latest weather alerts for Texoma from the KTEN Weather Center.