TYLER, Texas — Repairs and cleanup are ongoing after severe weather pummeled East Texas.
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VIDEOS OF EAST TEXAS STORM DAMAGE FROM JUNE 15-16, 2023
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SUNDAY, JUNE 25
8:15 AM - According to Rusk County OEM there has been a reported transmission outage from their power supplier.
RCEC’s South and Southwest area of Henderson is back out.
This is the area we has been difficult to restore. Most of the new outages will be restored when the transmission repairs are finished. Stay tune for updates.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24
10:35 AM - The following cooling stations are open today, June 24 in Gregg County:
- Glass Recreation Center- 501 W 32nd Street, Tyler
- Open Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- If you need to contact the Glass Recreation Center call, (903) 595-7271
- Tyler Public Library- 201 S College Ave., Tyler
- Open Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- If you need to contact the Tyler Public Library call, (903) 593-7323
10:15 AM - According to Rusk County OEM, SWEPCO customers need to be prepared for several hours without power.
Due to crews working prior storms, power restoration in Rusk County will not expected until tomorrow morning at the earliest. Thank you for your patience East Texas.
9:24 AM - According to the Upshur County Emergency Management, they have officially stopped Emergency Management Operations to the public at the Gilmer Civic Center as of yesterday, June 23 at 7 p.m.
The state team will continue to operate from the civic center until next week.
There are four new dumpsters placed in the county for residents to discard spoiled food ONLY. The scheduled pick up for this will be on Wednesday, June 28.
The following locations are:
- Gilmer Civic Center back behind the building on Bob Glaze Dr.
- Big Sandy lot next to VFD 200 E. Gilmer St. Big Sandy, TX 75755
- Ore City next to 100 Dogwood St. Ore City, TX 75683
- Diana next to Orville Ray's restaurant
As a reminder, POD operations have stopped as of Friday, June 23 at 7 p.m.
FRIDAY, JUNE 23
10:25 PM - According to the City of Kilgore, State Highway 42 South of the city towards New London is closed due to a large tree and power lines lying across the roadway. TxDOT and SWEPCO have been notified. Officials said to avoid area.
9:35 PM - According to the Rusk County OEM, the wind event has affected a wide strip of Rusk County. First responders are working to clear trees, debris, and get roadway back open across the county. Avoid driving in the area tonight.
8 PM - According to the City of Tyler, below is a list of intersections without power:
- Amherst Drive and Old Bullard
- Beckham Avenue and 5th Street
- Broadway Avenue and Independence Place
- Broadway Avenue and Rieck Road
- Broadway Avenue and Rose Plaza
- Front Street and Palace Avenue
- Loop 323 and Silvercreek Drive
- Old Jacksonville Highway and Sunnybrook Drive
- Broadway Avenue and Donnybrook Avenue
- Vine Avenue and Earl Campbell Drive and Sunnybrook Drive
7:50 PM - According to Rusk County OEM, there are numerous tress reported down along roadways near New London between FM 850 and 259, FM 323 near Pleasant Hill Cemetery and multiple other locations.
7:35 PM - According to ONCOR, the high winds and lightning have caused a lot of damage to the area. Crews will be working through the night.87:26 PM - According to the City of Tyler, crews are waiting to deploy generators until the lightening has stopped or decreases in the area.
7:20 PM - According to the Broadway Square Mall security, there are parts of the mall without power.
THURSDAY, JUNE 22
8:35 AM - Gregg County is giving away ice and water at 310 Turk St. (enter on 2nd St. and exit on Center St.) behind the health department.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21
10:05 PM - According to the URECC, this morning approximately 11,000 people had no power, the number has decreased to 4,026. URECC said many more communities will have power restored tomorrow, but we want everyone to be aware that some areas still have significant damage. The electricity company also said to be aware of downed power lines which can be deadly.
3:54 PM - The Gregg County Sheriff's Office is announcing that they've already gone through one trailer of ice and water.
They will be closing at 5 p.m. tonight and will be open tomorrow, June 22, at 8 a.m.
3:33 PM - The city of Big Sandy is happy to announce that they just received official test results from TCEQ that their water is SAFE to DRINK.
The boil water notice is now LIFTED.
10:25 AM - Water, MREs, and ice will be distributed at the Harrison County Convention Center, located at 2501 E. End Blvd. South, beginning and 11 a.m. and will continue as long as supplies last.
The Convention Center will continue to a cooling/recharging center until 7 p.m..
Recycling has been suspended through the end of June. Residents may use both carts to dispose of trash and food waste (which must be double-bagged).
The City of Marshall Pet Adoption Center will be open as a cooling center for pets and their people from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Pets must be leashed/craters and updated on shots.
Trash, spoiled food, limbs and other debris may be taken to a disposal site a mile south of Highway 80 on Buck Sherrod Rd.
9:25 AM - The Upshur County OEM has four roll off dumpsters for spoiled food ONLY placed at the following locations:
- Gilmer Civic Center back behind the building off Bob Glaze Dr.
- Big Sandy lot next VFD 200 E. Gilmer St.
- Ore City next to 100 Dogwood St.
- Diana next to Orville Ray's restaurant
The civic center will be open everyday till Friday from 10a.m. to 7p.m. Hot meals will be provided at lunch and at 6 p.m.
The POD will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Yamboree Exhibit Building.
9:23 AM - URECC UPDATE: Over 150 crews worked through Tuesday evening to restore power through East Texas. Currently the number has reduced down to 9,007.
Please take advantage of a cooling center if you do not have power at your home. We appreciate our patience East Texas.
9:15 AM - The Hawkins Volunteer Fire Department, located at 389 Blackbourn St., is offering the following to any person affected by the recent storm-related power outages:
- Cooling station
- 3 meals a day
8:50 AM - Chugg's Tea & Water Co. is offering a free 32 oz. drink to linemen for free Wednesday. Just stop by their location at 1026 McCann Rd. in Longview, in your lineman uniform or in your truck.
8:25 AM - According to Kilgore police, Danville Baptist Church will once again have its doors open for those in need of a cooling center. They have snacks and water available.
8:23 AM - Lights are flashing red at the following Longview intersections:
The following intersection has stop signs deployed:
- Bill Owens/W. Hawkins
8:05 AM - Gregg County is giving away ice and water at 310 Turk St. (enter on 2nd St. and exit on Center St.) behind the health department.
TUESDAY, JUNE 20
10:18 PM - According to ONCOR spokesperson Tom Trimble, the planned outage in Rusk tomorrow will be rescheduled for a later date due to high temperatures in the area. Gregg County is giving away ice and water at 310 Turk St. (enter on 2nd St. and exit on Center St.) behind the health department.
4:37 PM - The city of Big Sandy will be providing a hot meal at the Community Center located a 207 E Gilmer starting at 5:30 p.m. tonight.
4:22 PM - The city of Marshall reportedly received water, MREs and pallets of ice for those in need.
More information will be provided as to how these items will be distributed.
3:20 PM - Due to the damage caused by the recent storm, the Lobo Aquatic Center will be closed for repairs through the month of July.
Updates will be made if anything changes in the meantime.
2:17 PM - The Target in Longview donated pallets of bottled water to the Hallsville Police and Fire Department.
1:45 PM - The city of Gladewater is notifying it residents that they will not be disconnecting water. The new deadline for water bill payments is July 10.
11:12 AM - The Upshur County Sheriff's Office is notifying residents of Big Sandy that there are two 18-wheeler trailers at the Hawkins Fire Department with water and ice.
The address to the station is 389 Blackbourn St, Hawkins.
10:47 AM - The Marshall Convention Center located at 2501 E End Blvd S, Marshall will be open today, June 20 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. for residents to cool off from the heat.
Water will be distributed at the Marshall Convention Center from 11 a.m., supplies will be limited and are on a first come, first serve basis.
Residents are urged to stay in their cars and drive through the west side entrance.
Marshall Pet Adoption Center will be open June 20 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. for individuals interested in helping their pets cool off.
The address is 2502 E Travis St. in Marshall. Please make sure all pets are leashed or in carriers.
10:32 AM - The only cooling station open today, June 20, is Danville Baptist. They will be providing snacks and waters.
Visitors can also charge their devices there as well. CPAP users can spend the night there if they need to.
SWEPCO reports progress but work still needs to be done. Residents that see downed powerlines are urged to report it so repairs can be made.
As of June 19, more than 300,000 residents in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana are still without power.
9:20 AM - The Upshur Rural Electric Co-op will be offering water, ice, and MRE's operating out of a drive thru distribution at the Yamboree Park.
The Civic Center will be open today at 8 a.m. as a cafeteria, as well as Diana ISD from 11 a.m. and the Big Sandy Community Center at 8 a.m.
There will be serving sandwiches, waters, and MRE's while supplies last.
9:17 AM - The city of Winona is currently experiencing a city wide power outage. The city hall will be closed until electricity has been restored.
In case of an emergency, please call (903) 877-3381.
9:16 AM - The East Texas Food Bank is hosting an emergency food and produce box distribution at the Gladewater Rodeo Arena today, June 20, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
The address to the Gladewater Rodeo Area is US-80, Gladewater.
9:03 AM - The Kilgore Police Department wants to notify its residents that the storm cleanup is progressing in a positive direction.
They are asking individuals to take their trash cans out so they can be disposed of.
Firefighters are asking residents to keep an eye on the carbon monoxide alarms and change them accordingly. If you feel like you might be exposed dial 911.
MONDAY, JUNE 19
9:54 PM - A point of distribution will be up and running tomorrow with water, ice and MRE for drive thru distribution at the Yamboree Park. The Civic Center, the Ore City ISD cafeteria, Diana ISD cafeteria and Big Sandy Community Center will be open tomorrow.
Cooling / charging stations.
- Diana ISD cafeteria opens at 11 a.m.
- Ore city ISD cafeteria opens at 8 a.m.
- Sandwiches, water and MRE will be provided at both locations while supplies last.
- The Civic Center opens at 10 a.m. with a drive thru pod for water and ice.
5:28 PM - Grace Creek Church in Longview is offering a free hot meal from 5-7 p.m.
5:25 PM -Pilgrim's in Mt. Pleasant and Pittsburg will offer a free community cookout for people affected by the storms on Tuesday, June 20 to Friday, June 23 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Oaklawn Park 1103 Searcy Avenue.
5:21 PM - Kilgore College will return to normal business hours on Tuesday, June 20.
4:30 PM - Splash Pittsburg will be closed today, Monday, June 19. We will keep you posted as if opens back up to the public.
4:28 PM - The city of Pittsburg is asking its resident to begin cleaning up storm related damage in order to clear the roadways.
This is being done to help crews who are overwhelmed with other work to lift their burden.
If your items haven't been picked up by June 26 please contact City Hall at (903) 856-3621 to submit a work order.
4:10 PM - The city of Big Sandy will be offering a free chicken dinner at its community center at 207 E. Gilmer, Big Sandy.
This event is set to start at 5 p.m. tonight. Donations were made possible by the Big Sandy Agape House and many others.
2:03 PM - The Upshur County Emergency crews are currently working through checking each cabinet and have to repair and restore each them.
No eta has been announced at this time. More updates are to come.
1:55 PM - The Big Sandy City Hall has temporarily relocated to the community center at 207 East Gilmer, Big Sandy. It is also being used a cooling center until 7 p.m. tonight.
Residents are welcome to charge their phones and get a cold drink.
Generators are reportedly working at this time and the water supply is at adequate levels.
If you need to reach city hall call, (903) 714-0917.
Note: The city of Big Sandy is still under a boil water notice for all water used for drinking, cooking, or food preparation until further notice.
1:05 PM - The city of Mount Pleasant is partnering with Pilgrim's to provide free meals for people that still don't have power.
It will begin on tomorrow, June 20, and run through Friday June 23 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 1103 Searcy Ave. Mt. Pleasant.
8:30 AM - SWEPCO is happy to announce that power has been restored in many areas across Kilgore on South 259.
Crews will continue to work diligently to get power back into homes this week.
The cooling station at Forest Home Baptist Church reopens today at 1 p.m. for those who need a break from the heat.
The address is 15746 County Rd 173 N, Kilgore.
SUNDAY, JUNE 18
1:05 PM - The Upshur County Sheriff's Office would like to remind individuals to take safety precautions when dealing with unfiltered water.
As of now, the generator is working but we still urge residents to conserve water in an effort to refill water tanks.
A new cooling center has opened up on 207 W Gilmer St. and will be open until 7 p.m. tonight, June 18. A limited number of free ham and turkey sandwiches and water will be available too.
The city of Big Sandy is also urging residents to plan ahead and prepare for the worse case scenario. Updates will come through once we receive them and we appreciate your patience.
11:17 AM - The Kilgore Police Department is announcing a new cooling station is opening up on the 259 Loop just south of Stone Rd. and north of Dudley.
It is planned that about 1,500 pizzas may be given out later this Sunday evening on June 18 to aid residents facing food insecurities. More information will be available on this once it arrives.
As of now SWEPCO announced that power will be fully restored on June 23.
11:13 AM - The Upshur County Sheriff's Office has officially declared a local declaration of disaster after the severe wind storm on June 15.
Local officials are working hard at restoring the city and ask for your patience.
9:20 AM - The Upshur County Sheriff's Office just announced that the New Diana ISD will be serving hot meals for residents of Diana and Ore City that are still experiencing power outages and water shortages.
Lunch will be served at 11 a.m. and go until food runs out. Cold sandwiches and water will also be available.
8:55 AM - The Kilgore Police Department is asking residents to refrain from calling about power outages.
Crews are diligently working on restoring power and ask for your patience. Updates will happen once new information is provided.
The water is reportedly safe to drink. Generations have been put into place to conserve water from being wasted.
Residents interested in going to a cooling station can head to the First Baptist Church in Danville. It is located at 229 Utzman Rd, Kilgore.
The Longview Library will also be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today as a cooling center. It is located at 222 W. Cotton St. Longview.
The Brookshire's in Kilgore is open and has a large generator powering up the store if residents need to get groceries. It is located at 747 US-259 BUS, Kilgore.
As of now the city of Henderson is experiencing no power outages, but we will keep you updated if anything changes.
Just a reminder: Individuals are required to stop at all intersections. Those who refuse to do so can cause a wreck or receive a fine.
SATURDAY, JUNE 17
3:10 PM - SWEPCO officials are assessing the EF-1 tornado damages that tore through East Texas and Northwest Louisiana early morning Friday June 16.
The National Weather Service officially confirmed an EF-1 half-mile wide tornado douched down in Panola County, Texas before crossing over to Caddo Parish, Louisiana.
As of 1:30 p.m. June 17, there are over 197,000 individuals who do not have power, according to a SWEPCO report.
1:35 PM - The Foster Middle School in Longview will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday, June 18 as a cooling center to the public.
First responders are welcome to use the washing facilities on site.
The Foster Middle School is located at 1504 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Longview.
12:05 PM - The library at White Oak High School will be open today from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. as a cooling center.
There is electricity but no Wi-Fi.
The address to White Oak High School is 200 S White Oak Rd, White Oak.
11:45 AM - The First Baptist Church of Danville is open as a cooling station to the public until late tonight.
Snacks and cold beverages will be provided.
The address to the First Baptist Church of Danville is 229 Utzman Rd, Kilgore.
11:40 AM -The New Diana High School is opening up their school cafeteria from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. to the public today as a cooling station.
The location for the New Diana High School is 11826 TX-154, Diana, TX.
11:10 AM - The Lee Bardwell Public Library in Gladewater is offering a place to cool off from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. through June 19.
Individuals can bring their own water of they don't want to drink from the water fountain. Pots of coffee will also be offered.
The meeting room will be open for children to watch movies in. You are more than welcome to bring blankets and pillows for the kids.
The address to the Lee Bardwell Public Library is 312 W Pacific Ave, Gladewater.
10:22 AM - The city of Big Sandy is distributing FREE bottles of water at 10:30 a.m. at the Recycling Center located across from the Fire Department at 200 W Gilmer St.
Supplies are limited so make sure to arrive early.
FRIDAY, JUNE 16
8 PM - The Longview Fire Department reported its crews participated in a water rescue of a car that was completely submerged on High Street when the first round of the storm came in Thursday night.
The fire department did not mention the condition of the driver. The agency encouraged people to turn around and don’t chance the risk.
6:25 PM - The Mt. Pleasant Civic Center will be open today until 9:30 p.m. as a cooling center for residents in need of escaping the heat.
It will also be open tomorrow from noon to 9:30 p.m. until at least next Tuesday, June 20.
6:20 PM - Lone Star residents who need a break from the heat can head to the fire station located on West Industrial St., Lone Star.
Cold water will be offered as well as air conditioning.
6:15 PM - Hawkins city residents in need of food are welcome to get free breakfast at the Hawkins Fire House at 7 a.m. tomorrow morning.
Sandwiches and bags of ice will also be offered to residents in need before supplies run out.
6:10 PM - The city of Jefferson is offering an emergency cooling center this weekend, June 17 through the 18 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Jefferson Visitor Center.
It is located at 305 E. Austin St. Jefferson. If the power loss continues into next week, further action will be implemented and hours will adjust.
This is a collaboration effort between officials representing Marion County and the city of Jefferson.
5:50 PM - An EF-1 tornado was reported in East Panola County and is making its way into Southwest Caddo Parish, Louisiana. Winds are reported to be at 110 mph with a 7.78 mile path length.
3:45 PM - The city of Winnsboro declared a stage 3 emergency water shortage.
Individuals are restricted from using water from the city of Winnsboro for residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural or any other purpose that will ignite a drought response.
1:20 PM - The city of Longview is urging residents to conserve water by turning off their sprinklers and take conservation measures to avoid fines.
City splash pads are also closed at this time and will reopen once an update is available.
Please be advised that certain roadways will be impassable due to fallen trees and powerlines. Use extreme caution when commuting through storm impacted areas.
1:15 PM -The Longview Animal Care and Adoption Center is CLOSED TODAY due to the ongoing severe weather.
Updated hours will be announced for the rest of the weekend once more information is available.
All of animals that are currently in the shelter are safe and sound.
1PM - Due to power outages in the area, all CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic (CTC) locations in the CHRISTUS Good Shepherd service area are closed today.
This includes clinics in Longview, Kilgore, Marshall, Gladewater. Additionally, clinics in Holly Lake Ranch and Winnsboro are closed.
The CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Ambulatory Surgery Center at CHRISTUS Good Shepherd - Longview is closed for the day.
The Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute and the Institute for Health Living in Longview will be closed today.
Patients whose needs are impacted are encouraged to call the provider’s office with questions or contact Patient Scheduling at (903) 315-2130.
All Good Shepherd Emergency Rooms and hospitals are fully operational. The CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Urgent Care is operational and working normal hours.
12:20 PM - Wood County Sherriff's Office is offering shelter at the Justice Center for individuals still without electricity or those who need to escape the heat.
12:15 PM - Wood County Electric Cooperative advises the public to plan for a multi-day outage event.
Current restoration times are not available for any area or individual services. due to downed lines, broken poles, damaged equipment, and lost of transmission feed from our providers.
Crews are working tirelessly to restore power as quickly as possible.
11:50 AM - The Kilgore Police Department reports powerlines hit by the storm.
Crews have been out since 1 a.m. working diligently to clear damaged streets. SWEPCO is still assessing the power outage and will provide updates once they receive them.
A major transmission line was damaged near the substation in south Kilgore and will take time to repair. Some parts of town could be out of power for a day or more. The Kilgore Police Department is advising people to use their generators if they have them.
11:26 AM - Reported tree falls and damages roof on a home in Gilmore during the early morning storms.
11:20 AM - The Longview Public Library will operate as a cooling station today until 9 p.m. for residents to use if required.
9:15 AM - The City of Kilgore Water Utility is operating under emergency power. They are asking customers reduce water and sewer use until power is restored to the city.
9 AM - The following Longview offices are closed due to power outages following severe weather:
- Development Services/Grant and Human Services
- Parks and Recreation Department Offices on Timpson
- Broughton Recreation Center
- Green Street Recreation Center
- Damage to various City parks and trails
- Community Services/Longview Housing Authority
- Public Works
8:30 AM - County Roads Animal Rescue suffers damage at shelter. All animals are safe.
7:30 AM - Lois Jackson Park, located at 130 Timpson St., in Longview is dealing with massive flooding and downed trees.
7 AM - Classes at Panola College are canceled Friday, June 16.
6:15 AM - The Gregg County Courthouse is closed Friday, June 16.
4:36 AM - Per the City of Marshall:
A tree is blocking the road at the intersection of Johnson St. and Washington St.
A tree and powerlines are blocking the road in the 500 block of Warren Dr.
A tree and powerlines are blocking the intersection of Pemberton Rd. and Allen St.
4:35 AM - Per the Gregg County Sheriff's Office:
Attention, Gregg County residents! Due to severe storms, our area is currently experiencing widespread power outages and road blockages caused by fallen trees. The safety of our community is our top priority, so we kindly ask everyone to exercise caution and refrain from unnecessary travel until daylight, if possible.
3:30 AM - Gladewater and Upshur County law enforcement are warning the public of downed trees and powerlines.
2:45 AM - Per Kilgore Police:
All SWEPCO power to the city is out due to damage. They are assessing the damage within the city but prepare for power to be out an extended period of time.
Highway 259, just north of Woodlawn between the hospital and fire station #2, is blocked and most likely will be blocked for about a day. The emergency room is still open, but no other businesses have power.
2:30 AM - CBS19 viewer David Lee Vondrasek says a 150-year-old tree fell on his home about two blocks away from downtown Winnsboro.
2:15 AM - Como-Pickton CISD announces school has sustained heavy damage. All athletic activities at the school have been canceled until further notice.
1:50 AM - A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 2:45 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
1:45 AM - A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 2:30 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
1:30 AM - Derek Johnson, of Diana in Upshur County, reported a 60 to 80 feet tall tree fell and five to six trees are down on his property.
The Kilgore Police Department said several trees are down in the area. The agency asked people to use caution as travel could be impacted.
1:20 AM - A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 2:30 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
- Van Zandt
1 AM - A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 1:45 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
12:35 AM - A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 2 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
12:30 AM - A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 1:30 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
12:15 AM - A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 1:15 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
12 AM - A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 1 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
THURSDAY, JUNE 15
11:45 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 12:45 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
- Van Zandt
11:40 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until midnight Friday for the following counties:
11:17 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 12:15 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
10:30 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 12:15 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
- Van Zandt
10:30 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued until 4 a.m. Friday for the following counties:
- Van Zandt
6:30 PM: The National Weather Service has upgraded the rating of the tornado that moved through Cass County to an EF-2.
The NWS team cited damage to an industrial building, downed trees and flipped cars as damage leading surveyors to reach the EF-2 rating.
An EF-2 tornado has wind speeds between 111 to 135 mph, according to NWS.
9:10 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 10:15 p.m. for the following counties:
- Van Zandt
6:45 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued until 1 a.m. for the following counties:
- San Augustine
6:40 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 7:30 p.m. for the following counties:
6:15 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 6:30 p.m. for the following counties:
- Van Zandt
6:15 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 7:30 p.m. for the following counties:
5:30 PM: A Tornado Warning has been issued until 6:15 p.m. for the following counties:
- Van Zandt
The County Eagle's Nick Gibbons shared this photo of the clouds along Interstate 20 at FM 17 near Grand Saline.
5:30 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 6:30 p.m. for the following counties:
5 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued until 6:15 p.m. for the following counties:
- Van Zandt
4 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued until 10 p.m. for the following counties:
- Van Zandt
1:42PM - More than 7,600 people are without power in the Cass-Bowie County area.
1:40PM - Storm damage has been reported in the area of Domino, near Queen City.
1:35PM - According to Cass County Sheriff Larry Rowe several trees are down and some cars were blown off SH 59 North. Some structure damage has been reported in the Bloomburg on FM 2327.
1:18PM - National Weather Service receives reports of damaged structures and several vehicles thrown off road during possible tornado in Cass County.
12:52PM - Tornado Warning issued for Cass County until 1:15PM.