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DFW Metroplex Experiencing Weird Weather

Storm over Dallas

Photo by Neff Conner

The DFW Metroplex took damange from the several thunderstorms and tornados that moved across central texas on saturday and the WFAA reports that one apartment complex had a roof ripped away by wind gusts of 60 miles-per-hour, damaging 50 different units.

Grapevine, Flower Mound, and Plano sounded the tornado sirens but fortunately no damage was reported in those communities.

Rain and cold temperatures sent people running for shelter through all of saturday, then temperatures soared to 85 degrees on Sunday, as if summer had decided to return, and the chance of rain dropped to 30 percent.

“We’re going to approach record highs because the air in place over Texas is pretty dry and winds are out of the south,” a National Weather Service meterologist stationed in Fort Worth said. A 10 day forcast from weathre.com shows continued sunny skies and hot temperatures through Nov. 1, with a chance of shows by Nov. 4.

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