Monday's weather was interesting to say the least. Storms began developing about 30 miles farther north than originally forecasted. This lead to multiple outflow boundaries developing and bringing widely scattered storms to parts of the metroplex.
This photo was taken over by the Stockyards in Fort Worth! The storm that caused this damage was Severe T-Storm Warned in Tarrant County between 4:50-5:30PM. This storm caused roof damage and scattered power outages in Tarrant County.
Here is another look at the roof damage caused by this storm. A few cars were also damaged due to the falling debris. The severe warning was for damaging wind gusts up to 60 MPH, and that sure did occur here.
That is a look at the warning over Fort Worth. This storm began to weaken as it made its way towards Southwestern Tarrant County. As of 6:10PM, it is no longer severe but may produce gusty winds up to 45 MPH.
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