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Texas Tornado: Massive Twister In Scotland Headed To Fort Worth, Wichita Falls And Temple On Alert | VIDEO

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A tornado was spotted in Texas Saturday evening. | Representational Image

A massive tornado was spotted near Texas’ Scotland on Saturday. The twister grounded near the Texas City as a warning by the National Weather Service (NWS) was in place. The weather agency had alerted the residents of the US’ South Central state along with Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma of possible sweepers in the region after 4:00 pm in the evening. The video of a tornado spotted near Scotland was captured through the local storm chasers’ camera.

Meanwhile, the NWS’ office in Fort Worth raised an alert about a tornado warning in place until 6:15 pm (EDT) for Southwestern Easland County. The weather agency through radar indicated rotation found a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado near Rising Star, or 15 miles south of Cisco. The storm was headed at 35 mph towards the east at around 6:04 pm, per local time.

The weather agency in its detailed weather statement further warned of tornado and tennis ball size hail. The impact of the severe weather could result in flying debris dangerous to those caught without shelter. “Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed. Damage to roofs, windows, and vehicles will occur. Tree damage is likely,” the NWS’ statement read.

The locations impacted due to the storm include Gorman, Lake Leon, Carbon, Staff, Kokomo, and Okra.

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