Home Depot Destroyed in Dallas Tornado Reopens

A North Dallas big box store destroyed in last October’s devastating tornado is back open. “It’s going to be back to business as usual,” said Home Depot assistant manager Jordan Jasper. Jasper is ready to welcome customers back into the store near Forest Lane. It took a direct hit on Oct. 20, 2019, when an…

Tornadoes, Storms Kill 7 Across 3 States As Dangerous Weather Moves Across South Today

A system producing severe storms continued to move across the South on Thursday after tornadoes killed at least five people and injured dozens more in Texas and Oklahoma on Wednesday. Storms in Louisiana killed at least two people. Tornado warnings have already been issued for parts of Mississippi and Alabama Thursday morning. More than 164,000…

Tornadoes rip through the South, leaving at least 16 dead

At least 16 people were killed after tornadoes began ripping through the South on Easter, destroying homes and storefronts and leaving over 1 million people without power from an intense storm system now headed towards the Mid-Atlantic. Tornadoes and severe weather hit Central Texas early Sunday, bringing “gigantic” hail and damage, and then traveled east…

Deadly tornadoes batter southern US states

At least 13 people have died after storms triggered tornadoes and flooding across several southern US states. Tornadoes ripped through Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi on Sunday, while severe storms also hit parts of Alabama and Georgia on Monday. More than 900,000 households were without power on Monday morning local time. The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency…

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…