Texas hit with severe weather, tornado warnings
Severe weather wreaked havoc. Through North Texas Thursday when residents faced severe thunderstorms that triggered a tornado warning, rain and hail in the region.
Winds up to 70 mph and large hail are possible, the National Weather Service said. As a storm warning was issued. As of 8 p.m. Thursday, the watch stretched from just north of Waco to Oklahoma and west from Cisco to Paris, Texas.
Tornadoes, violent storms are ravaging Texas as a storm system moves through the Deep South
At a car dealership in Irving, Texas Brought the storm Strong winds caused considerable damage to the roof.
Severe weather rocks southern states with strong winds, tornadoes, power outages for nearly 1 million
Footage from downtown Dallas and Fort Worth showed dark skies as the storm system approached Metropolis Areas.
Along with Texas, the central Gulf Coast and southeastern Plains will be hit by severe weather this week with large hail, damaging winds, tornado warnings and Flooding rain.
On the cold side of this system, measurable snow will fall over the Northern Plains, parts of the Midwest, and the Great Lakes. A powerful cold front associated with the system will A significant drop in temperatureWith a Freeze Advisory for the Plains and Southeast.
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Meanwhile, wet weather for the eastern third of the country could affect some St. Patrick’s Day parades.
Fox News’ Janice Dean contributed to this report.