Tornado Warnings Issued Across North Texas


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Tornado warnings have been issued across North Texas as severe storms return to the area.

Severe storms were expected to arrive in North Texas as part of another winter storm system sweeping through the west, as previously reported by The Dallas Express.

Gov. Greg Abbott activated Texas’ emergency response resources due to the severe weather threat on December 12.

“The State of Texas has resources ready for swift deployment, and we are fully prepared to address any potential severe weather expected to impact communities across our state,” Abbott said in a release.

“As we continue to monitor weather conditions in all areas of the state, Texans are urged to remain weather-aware and heed the guidance of local officials over the course of the week to keep themselves, their loved ones, and their property safe,” he continued.

This storm has produced at least one suspected tornado that has caused damage to homes in Decatur, causing damage to several homes.

Multiple Tornado warnings were issued across the region on the morning of December 13.

A tornado has yet to be confirmed.

A tornado watch is still in effect for the Dallas/Fort Worth area until 11 a.m. CST. Tarrant and Dallas County are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 10 a.m. CST.

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