Weather Service Confirms 4 Tornadoes Struck On Sunday | KERA News

Weather Service Confirms 4 Tornadoes Struck On Sunday

Jun 18, 2019

The National Weather Service confirmed Tuesday that four tornadoes popped up across North Texas on Sunday.

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.