Governor Mary Fallin issued an executive order today declaring all 77 counties in Oklahoma are now under a state of emergency.
The order states the severe weather which began May 6 has caused "extensive damage to public and private properties" in Oklahoma.
Norman has received almost 24 inches of rain over the past 30 days. The flooding throughout the state has caused road closures, heightened water levels and even caused the death of a firefighter in Claremore, Oklahoma.
According to the National Weather Service in Norman, 122 tornado warnings were also issued in the state from May 1 to May 25, more warnings than that time period from 2011 to 2014 combined.
It's been a busy year at WFO Norman! 122 tornado warnings so far in May. How does that compares to recent years? pic.twitter.com/OLuI4lTKyR— NWS Norman (@NWSNorman) May 26, 2015
Read the full executive order here.