The combination of an unstable air mass and a frontal boundary triggered severe storms from Texas through Wisconsin on Friday with reports of at least a dozen tornadoes stretched across the central U.S.
The tornado outbreak produced at least one EF-3 tornado with wind speeds up to 160 mph in northeast Texas.
National Weather Service offices issued 73 tornado warnings with many centered over Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
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The first tornadic storms of the outbreak appeared to pop in northeast Texas and southern Oklahoma.
Several mobile homes were reported to be damaged near Bryan County, Oklahoma, along the Texas-Oklahoma state line, as strong thunderstorms pushed through on Friday afternoon.
A tractor trailer in nearby Durant, Oklahoma, was also flipped during the initial wave of severe storms.
Authorities in the Sooner State reported at least one person was injured after a home was destroyed in McCurtain County.
The storms also produced a 63 mph wind gust at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, where hundreds of flights were either delayed or canceled.
The atmosphere did not become prime for rotating supercells until they reached east of the metroplex.
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Significant damage to homes was reported in the towns of Powderly, Chicota and other small communities in the northeast part of Texas. Witnesses near the Texas-Oklahoma border reported trees snapped and significant damage to structures.
One of the hardest hit areas in Texas was Lamar County. Damage was reported in the towns of both Paris and Powderly. The tornado that impacted these communities was given an initial rating of an EF-3 by NWS meteorologists.
Videos showed homes without roofs and damage to trees and power lines. Despite the destruction, officials said they had not received reports of fatalities but are working several injuries.
The tornado outbreak produced similar scenes in Cason, Texas, and Idabel, Oklahoma. Witnesses in both towns reported the combination of nightfall and the amount of destruction made venturing out unsafe.
Cody McDaniel, Idabel’s emergency management director, said he was hoping for the best after his town took a direct hit from a tornado. “Just stay away from Idabel,” McDaniel pleaded.
The first death was reported in McCurtain County, Oklahoma, where nearly 200 homes where either damage or destroyed, local authorities said.
“We have had reports of fatalities as a result of these storms. We’ve saw injuries as a result. We’ve saw partial and total destruction but God was with us,” the local hospital CEO said.
First responders were still combing through debris through the overnight hours looking for storm victims in Cason, Texas.
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So far, officials have not confirmed any fatalities in the Lone Star but said search and rescue operations were still ongoing in several communities.
National Weather Service offices in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas will likely be busy over the weekend surveying at least half a dozen reports of twisters.
“It looks like we’ll be surveying at least a couple locations tomorrow and maybe some more on Sunday. Right now, the worst of the damage that we’re hearing is in Lamar County, near the town of Paris, Texas, specifically in the town of Powderly, where there may have been some significant damage there and possible rescue operations ongoing right now,” said Ted Ryan, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Office in Dallas.
The damaging storms caused power outages in the Lone Star State to impact more than 55,000 customers. PowerOutage.us reported outages in Oklahoma and Arkansas topped nearly 7,000 during the heart of the storms.
Meteorologists are expected to survey the area region around Sulphur Springs, Texas, which is about an hour drive outside of Dallas.
“There were people were in their truck fixing to leave and actually ended up being trapped in their truck,” said Rodney Caudle, a deputy fire marshal in Hopkins County. “It’s very, very amazing just to see the amount of damage, you know, and no injuries. It’s just very awesome. It’s a good thing.”
The American Red Cross opened at least one shelter in northeast Texas for storm victims.
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Although most people think spring is the time for severe weather, fall is the country’s second severe weather season. It can also be more dangerous because shorter days make tornadoes in the dark more likely. [Fox Weather]
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God is punishing Americans and other nations as well. We must come to Jesus Christ and love him and let him take us away from all these rumors of wars and nations against nations away indeed.
World Martial Law is in full progress… Medicine shortages and please watch this video bottle of lies and democracy now interview..
Bottle of Lies: How Poor FDA Oversight & Fraud in Generic Drug Industry Threaten Patients’ Health
Life will never be again same .. Always order Brand Name and ask and demand it. May be pay more
but Generic Drugs will kill you..? Try as much as possible not take generics and is crap.
TOP 10 TORNADO VIDEOS OF ALL TIME
Since this topic is about tornado videos, and this article had mediocre video. Here are some good ones.
Why God is attacking all of USA by hurricanes and tornadoes and soon earthqaukes all over USA..
We must ask our selves , the answer is this we forgotten Jesus Christ name and his teachings . Instead they have divided us with Red and Blue, Abortion or anti abortions and disunity continues…
This is big danger for all of us… We must unite from red or blue etc for sake of USA.. One Country one Flag of USA and One Constitution of USA and unity in diversity other wise Beirut will be in USA?
USA is not truly interested in abortion prevention and has completely abandoned autism prevention (govt scale – as their failed “Combatting Autism Act” crumbled like a stale cookie). Why? Because unlike many “traditional” disabilities, ASDs are much more broad/intense and profitable: https://www.lossofbraintrust.com/post/global-autism-market-worth-3-35-billion-by-2030
This is talking about Autistic Disorder (AD) and possibly also PDD with Autistic Disorder (PDD-NOS more severe types) rather than milder ones such as mild PDD or Aspergers:
The increasing prevalence of autism spectrum disorder contributes to the growth of the autism spectrum disorder treatment market. …
The global autism spectrum disorder treatment market based on drug therapy has been segmented into:
• Antipsychotic Drugs
• Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors
• Sleep Medications
• Others …
Because of the high prevalence of autistic disorder and growing awareness of autism disorder is contributing to the growth of the autistic disorder treatment market. Furthermore, increased government and non-governmental organization (NGOs) initiatives to raise awareness and provide treatment fuel the growth of the global autism spectrum disorder treatment market….”
Segmented into every continent except our militarized prison wall, Antarctica.
Strange “smart shoes” from a western Japan city: https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20221104/p2a/00m/0sc/044000c (Smart shoe tech tested in west Japan city to guard children from traffic accidents)
A better solution? Make traffic safer for pedestrians, and parents shouldn’t let kids on the streets unsupervised anyways. Too much “independent child in Japan” awe in the western world, it’s really neglect there and elsewhere that can result in tragic childhood deaths/accidents on the streets and everywhere.
“MIKI, Hyogo — Shoe sensors that can track the wearer’s location and trigger alerts on speakers at intersections are being tested by this west Japan city to prevent traffic accidents involving children.”
It’s not just Land of the Fee being forced to cull innocent birds by the WHO/UN/WEF, even Japan is doing the “rubber chicken”: https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20221104/p2a/00m/0na/007000c (Over 1 mil. chickens being culled as bird flu hits east Japan’s Kanto region)
“MITO — The culling of some 1.04 million chickens at a farm in Ibaraki Prefecture has begun, after the first avian flu cases this season in east Japan’s Kanto region around Tokyo have been confirmed.
The Ibaraki Prefectural Government announced on Nov. 4 that many chickens had died at a poultry farm in the city of Kasumigaura and that a genetic test confirmed they were infected with the highly pathogenic avian flu.”
PCR tests contain Luciferase (seen via blacklight) and DARPA hydrogel.
No global warming rubbish, just some guy screaming about getting a visual on a tornado in the dark. Flatlanders, lol.