Wed. Aug 10th, 2022

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) Severe weather moved through northern Texas on Sunday night and received several warnings of severe thunderstorms – and a few tornado warnings. And Tornado Watch was to expire at 2 a.m. for counties east of DFW.

There was no confirmation Sunday night of whether tornadoes hit, but National Weather Services issued several tornado warnings based on radar indications.

Reports of strong winds were common throughout North Texas with a gust of 70 km / h confirmed at DFW airport.

Trees and power lines were down in many areas. Oncor confirmed at one point that nearly 56,000 customers were without power in the DFW area.

CBS 11 Storm Chaser Jason McLaughlin recorded video of strong winds in Haslet, Texas as the storms moved through.

Tim Anderson of Gunter told CBS 11 that he lost a large tree.

Wood Damage in Gunter Texas (Tim Anderson)

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Update 20:52

Heavy thunderstorm warning for Bosque, Comanche, Erath, Hamilton, Hood and Somervell County until 9:30 p.m. Heavy thunderstorm warning for Jack, Parker and Wise County until 9 p.m.

Update 20:45

Update 20:33

Storms are moving east at about 45 to 55 MPH.

Update 20:08

Heavy thunderstorm warning for Jack, Parker and Wise County until 9 p.m. Heavy thunderstorm warning for Comanche, Eastland and Erath County until 8:30 p.m.

Update 20:07

Due to predicted severe weather tonight, the State Fair of Texas closes at 8:30 p.m.. The fair normally closes at 21:00 on Sundays.

Update 20.00

The National Weather Service says wind speeds in some storms in Palo Pinto County reach 70 km / h.

Update 19:54

Heavy thunderstorm warning for Cooke, Hood, Jack, Montague, Palo Pinto, Parker and Wise County until 9 p.m.

Update 19:49

Heavy thunderstorm warning for Comanche, Eastland and Erath County until 8:30 p.m.

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Please download our weather app so you can protect yourself from these storms tonight. We also update you all night on CBSN. Be weather aware! It has been since last spring that we had such a big threat of severe weather here.

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