Tropical Storm Gordon makes landfall along Gulf Coast
Tornado Season Hits Early, Leaving Texas Reeling
Texas was hit hard on Tuesday afternoon by nearly a dozen tornadoes that swept through the Dallas-Forth Worth area. The storms wreaked havoc on homes and left thousands without power, but fortunately did not have a severe impact on residents: no fatalities have been reported and injuries are minimal.
In an unfortunate twist, city and state officials who oversee emergency management for the state were in San Antonio when the storm hit. However, a makeshift emergency operations center was quickly opened within the conference hall, allowing leaders to help with the tornado efforts.
According to The Weather Channel, the weather pattern that brought the tornadoes is still on the move. It's currently eastward bound, bringing possible (small) tornadoes to the South and severe thunderstorms to the Plains and Southeast through Thursday.
April marks the beginning of tornado season, which typically extends through June.
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