Dallas Tornadoes

Roof Ripped Off, Huge Tree Destroyed at Clay Stapp’s $4.7M Listing on Inwood

By Candy Evans / October 21, 2019 / 1 Comment

Clay Stapp’s $4.75 million listing at 10323 Inwood suffered severe damage last night during the Oct. 20 EF-3 tornado that whipped into North Dallas about 9:15 p.m., decimating portions of Harry Hines Blvd. near Walnut Hill Lane, collapsing roofs and breaking glass at several DISD and private schools, and shuttering Thomas Jefferson High School for […]

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Tornadoes Strike North Dallas, Devastate Preston Royal, Schools, and Much More

By Candy Evans / October 21, 2019 / 17 Comments

This story is being updated daily. Update: The National Weather Service in Fort Worth reported a total of nine tornadoes hit the Metroplex. The North Dallas tornado was classified as an EF-3 tornado. 2:48 PM – An NWS survey team has determined that the estimated maximum winds for the tornado in North Dallas is 140 […]

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Dallas Tornado Aftermath: Re-Thinking the Home Tornado Shelter

By Candy Evans / December 27, 2015 / 2 Comments

  This comes from an article from our archives that is so timely today after the loss of life and property that hit our area last night about 6:45 p.m. Thank God for our sophisticated storm alert system. Mine came across as I was driving 60 mph down the Dallas North Tollway, flinching from the […]

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Tornado Weather is Back, So Perhaps You Should Call Your Insurance Agent

By Joanna England / April 21, 2015 / 1 Comment

UPDATE: Things just got real. The Weather Channel is in Dallas, according to Robert Wilonsky. WFAA meteorologist Steve McCauley is saying that according to his readings, tomorrow evening’s weather could very well spawn a few tornadoes. “Obviously, it is impossible to predict where a tornado will touch down this far in advance,” McCauley said in […]

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