Severe Dallas Weather Sweeps Through Fort Worth; Tornado Reported

Written by Reananda Hidayat Permono Completed Master of Science - MS, Petroleum Geology from Curtin University, Perth, Australia.

High winds and severe Dallas weather have caused power outages problem across North Texas, especially in Irving and Fort Worth.

As of 10 pm yesterday, there were about 16,000 people without power.

Unfortunately, Dallas residents expect more outages since the storm system moves through North Texas.

Dangerous thunderstorms caused damage to a car dealership, windshields, and homes in the Fort Worth area.

Storm chasers reported at least one possible tornado occurred within the storms.

According to FOX4News.com, at least one car dealership in Irving suffered from wind damage.

A rotating wall cloud appeared over the Fort Worth skyline for some time, but the touchdown only lasted less than two minutes.

Meanwhile, on the west side of the Forth Worth metro, roofs were damaged, and power pools were downed.

Severe Dallas weather from Louisiana to the Florida Gulf Coast could last longer into Friday.

Dallas’ Love Airport and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport stopped operations as storms rolled through the metroplex.

According to FlightAware, more than 400 flights were delayed into or out of those airports.

TEXrail commuter trains were stopped due to a tornado warning early Tuesday evening. Besides, DART buses experienced some delays.

Entertainment venues in Dallas are also affected, including Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, which closed on Thursday.

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