Two cold fronts are expected to hit North Texas this week according to a Dallas Morning News article published on November 24th. In it they say:
“North Texas is in for a one-two punch of cold fronts this week. The first front is expected to arrive late Tuesday, but its effects won’t last long, according to KXAS-TV (NBC5) meteorologist Grant Johnston. Tuesday’s front will drop lows into the 40s and bring a chance of scattered showers and storms, Johnston said.”
This, after tornado warnings blared across Tarrant, Denton, and Dallas Counties according to a CBS DFW article published on November 24th. In it they say:
“ There was no confirmation if a tornado had touched down in the area, but storm sirens were activated in the affected counties.
The National Weather Service said numerous power lines and trees were down near Pioneer Parkway and Collins in Arlington. There was also damage in the 2500 block of S. Cooper Street where at least one building partially collapsed onto a pickup. The people inside the truck were ordering hamburgers at the Burger Box at the time. They got out unharmed.
Although it’s not confirmed if the wind disturbance was a tornado, the damage in the area is evident and what is certain is that cold fronts are expected.