State officials are posting the numbers following Wednesday's deadly storms in and around Cole, Oklahoma. Based preliminary ratings, experts reportedly found evidence of EF-3 damage in the town of Cole, with winds peaking at 165 miles per hour. In Shawnee, authorities found evidence of EF-2 damage. Officials say the Enhanced Fujita scale rates tornadoes based on maximum sustained gusts lasting three seconds or more. The scale runs from EF-zero, with gusts ranging from 65 to 85 miles per hour. It maxes out at EF-6, with gusts of at least 200 miles per hour.