Two tornadoes were confirmed in all of Texas last night. One tornado touched down just North of San Antonio, TX, and one South of Childress, TX.
The first tornado touched down in Paducah, TX. This line of storms had multiple rotating cells for about 30 minutes. The tornado was on the ground for a brief amount of time around 3:05PM. A trained weather spotter was able to capture the tornado by video. The tornado was reported to only have been on the ground for a brief amount of time. The video has not been released to the public as of now.
During the evening, a 2nd tornado was confirmed North of San Antonio, TX. About 35 miles north, an EF-1 tornado was confirmed in Canyon Lake, TX. This tornado was confirmed by the National Weather Service and was estimated to have been an EF-1 tornado after surveying the damage. The survey that was conducted confirmed maximum wind speeds of 100 MPH, which is enough to consider a tornado an EF-1 category.
No injuries were reported from either tornado. There was some minor damage to the Canyon Lake area, but no damage has yet to be reported from the Paducah tornado.
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