Severe Tornado Hits Parts of Texas, and Oklahoma
By TOI Desk Report March 22, 2022 Update on : June 23, 2022
Numerous tornadoes swept across areas of Texas and Oklahoma, injuring people and leaving severe damage in places near Austin and Dallas, according to authorities. The storm system was expected to sweep toward Louisiana and Mississippi on Tuesday, bringing with it the threat of severe tornadoes and high winds.
Tornadoes were observed throughout the Interstate 35 corridor in Texas on Monday, notably in the Austin suburbs of Round Rock and Elgin, as well as in a region west-northwest of Dallas-Fort Worth. Another tornado was recorded in the southern Oklahoma town of Kingston.
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According to authorities, at least four persons were hurt in Texas on Monday. According to Jeremy Grams, chief forecaster at the Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, the system was delivering heavy rain and thunderstorms to sections of Texas and Arkansas by Tuesday morning. Tornado warnings were issued for regions of Texas and Louisiana.
After overnight rains, rising water on many roadways in Louisiana, including a portion of Interstate 20 and several state highways, posed a hazard to motorists early Tuesday, according to officials. Deputies in Caddo Parish, which contains Shreveport, rescued three drivers from high water throughout the night, according to a tweet from the sheriff’s office before morning. You can also read more about Winter storm warning for many state of America.
Federal and state officials in Louisiana advised thousands of storm survivors residing in govt. mobile homes and recreational vehicle sites to have an emergency plan in place since the buildings might not endure the predicted weather. According to authorities, about 8,000 families are living in such transitory lodgings.
In Texas, the hurricane has already wreaked havoc. Damage was recorded in Jacksboro, which is roughly 60 miles northwest of Fort Worth. Photographs shared on Facebook showed a hurricane ripping the wall and roof off portions of Jacksboro High School, particularly the gym. We realize that many people’s lives have been drastically disrupted and that many individuals have lost their houses.