NWS Fort Worth releases information on Tuesday’s tornadoes in Texas

DALLAS (KDAF) – During Tuesday’s storms across Texas, tornadoes were confirmed near Salado (Bell County), Fort Hood (Coryell County) and Seaton (Bell County). Now the National Weather Service center in Fort Worth has released more information about these tornadoes.

Salado Tornado, “The NWS Storm Survey confirms that a high-end EF-3 occurred in southern Bell County on Tuesday evening near Salado. Preliminary maximum winds were estimated to be near 165 mph Additional details will be provided as investigative work continues.

NWS Fort Worth

Fort Hood Tornado, “The following is information about the tornado that occurred over an inaccessible and undeveloped portion of the Fort Hood military base in southern Coryell County on Tuesday afternoon. The tornado is rated EF- Unknown. It followed nearly 4 miles. No known damage has occurred.

NWS Fort Worth

Seaton Tornado, “The NWS Storm Survey determines that an EF0 tornado touched down in the eastern part of Bell County near the town of Seaton. The tornado caused tree damage consistent with peak winds of 75 mph.

NWS Fort Worth

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