The National Weather Service has confirmed six tornadoes from last Monday's severe storms. These tornadoes happened in Collin County, Johnson County, and Ellis County. Significant wind damage was also reported in Kaufman & Van Zandt Counties.
Blue Ridge, TX, was home to one of the several tornadoes. This EF-1 tornado caused damaged in Northeastern Collin County and was on the ground from 9:32pm to 9:36pm. The tornado was on the ground for nearly 0.3 miles and was approximately 190 yards wide.
Another tornado occurred in Joshua and Egan, TX. This was a strong, EF-2 tornado that caused significant damage to many homes in Johnson County. The tornado was on the ground for 10 miles and was 150 yards wide. One injury was reported from this tornado.
An EF-0 tornado happened North of Alvarado. This tornado was an EF-0 that was on the ground for approximately 5 miles. The tornado was 200 yards wide.
An EF-0 tornado occurred in Keene, TX, which was also in Johnson County. This tornado was on the ground for 5 miles and was 200 yards wide.
An EF-0 tornado occurred North of Venus, TX, in Johnson County. This tornado was on the ground for 3 miles and was 50 yards wide.
Lastly, a tornado occurred in Midlothian, TX. This tornado occurred in Ellis County. This tornado was an EF-0. The tornado was on the ground is 1.5 miles and was 30 yards wide.
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