A squall line is moving across North Texas and is expected to bring gusty winds, chances for hail and even tornadoes.
Tornado warnings are in effect for parts of Collin County. Severe thunderstorm warnings are in effect for Dallas County.
A tornado watch is also in effect for most of North Texas until 11 a.m.
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At least one tornado was reported near Decatur with possible injuries and several homes destroyed.
A suspected tornado struck multiple homes in Decatur Tuesday morning.
FOX 4 viewer Darrell Barton shared a video of the funnel cloud appearing to touch the ground at times.
Decatur is just one of many areas reporting possible tornadoes and damage from this morning’s storms.
Winds were also strong enough near Interstate 20 at Dennis Road in Weatherford to overturn an 18-wheeler and knock out a TxDOT camera.
People in the White Settlement and Sansom Park area reported seeing rotation and debris from a possible tornado. Radar at the time seemed to confirm that threat.
A possible tornado was detected at the Naval Air Station Reserve Base in Fort Worth.
Grapevine photos also showed significant damage to power lines and a gas station.
When will you come to my house?
The most active period for the weather in North Texas began around 4 a.m. for people living west of the Metroplex.
The busiest weather period for the Dallas-Fort Worth area will be from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.
The system is expected to be due east between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
7 day forecast
Things will finally start to feel more like December this week.
Temperatures will drop to the 50s by midweek before dipping to the 40s over the weekend.
Low temperatures will be in the 30s starting Thursday, so bundle up!