Storm damage surveys ongoing Tuesday across the state including in Central Texas
WACO, Texas (KWTX) - Clean up from Monday’s storms is underway across many Texas cities and towns, including locally in Central Texas too, and multiple National Weather Service forecast offices will conduct damage assessments starting today to determine how strong Monday’s severe thunderstorms and tornadoes were.
As of Tuesday, 10 tornadoes in North Texas were confirmed by National Weather Service office in Fort Worth with a confirmed EF-1 tornado occurring in southern Bell County, a continuation from a tornado in Williamson County, along with a 61 MPH wind gust and ping-pong ball size hail was reported in Groesbeck and golf-ball size hail fell in Teague. NWS Houston 5 confirmed tornadoes in the Brazos Valley. Other surveys will be ongoing Wednesday to determine if tornadoes moved through Mart, Groesbeck, Rosebud, and Golinda.
Tornadoes also raked across Southeast Texas and North Texas Monday too. Below is a list of some notable storms. The list will be updated over the coming days:
|Nearest City||EF-Rating||Peak Wind Speed||Maximum Width||Tornado Length|
|Granger/Round Rock||EF-2||135 MPH||Unknown||Unknown|
|Between College Station & Snook||EF-0||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown|
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