The National Weather Service confirmed Tuesday that four tornadoes popped up across North Texas on Sunday.
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The storm hit Sunday afternoon in North Arlington, not far from Globe Life Park. Preliminary information rates the tornado as an EF-1 with wind speeds up to 95 mph.
The weather service also reported an EF-0 tornado hit North Fort Worth in the Crawford Farms to Vista Meadows subdivisions. Those wind speeds were up to 85 mph.
The weather service concluded Tuesday that a brief EF-0 tornado occurred in Farmers Branch near Mustang Trails Park at 3:45 p.m. on Sunday. They also stated that straightline winds causes the damage found in North Richland Hills, Bedford, Euless, Irving and parts of Farmers Branch.
National Weather Service Fort Worth also confirmed a water spout over Eagle Mountain Lake. "No damage was reported from this tornado, and the spray of the water suggested it was a weak EF-0," the service said in a statement.
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