Funnel clouds spotted in Central Texas

WACO, Texas (KWTX) Several funnel clouds were spotted in Central Texas Tuesday afternoon, but there was no actual tornado threat. KWTX Chief Meteorologist Brady Taylor said the funnels formed sometime between 2:45 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tuesday in northern McLennan County. KWTX received photos and videos of the funnel clouds from viewers in towns like…

2-day severe weather outbreak leaves widespread destruction across southern US

Intense winds, flooding downpours and tornadoes left behind a trail of destruction as the first severe weather outbreak of 2020 roared through the southern United States. From Friday morning to Saturday night, the storms turned deadly and left a long recovery process in its wake. During the two-day span, a total of over 650 wind…

Monster tornado in North Dallas was a mystery no meteorologist could resist

Hours after 10 tornadoes tore through North Texas late Sunday, meteorologists gathered at the National Weather Service in Fort Worth early Monday to start working on a puzzle. Some of the pieces were photos of damage sent in by residents, storm spotters and law enforcement officials. Others were videos showing a tornado when lightning struck…

Weather service confirms 9 total tornadoes hit Dallas-Fort Worth; power restored to thousands

Updated at 6:50 p.m.: Revised to reflect confirmation of an eighth and ninth tornado. The list of confirmed tornadoes that walloped North Texas on Sunday grew by six Tuesday, bringing the total to nine, while power was restored to thousands of businesses and homeowners dealt a glancing blow by the storms. No one was killed…