ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Texas Tornado Warning 2014 today has been isued by the National Weather Service just after 8 pm EST. The latest warning concerns a confirmed tornado now heading near Stratford.
The NWS tell news that a Texas Tornado Warning 2014 is now in place for central Sherman County until 730 PM CDT. At issue is a system heading south. NWS tells news that “at 705 PM CDT…trained weather spotters reported strong rotation and a potential developing tornado 3 miles northeast of Stratford”. The system is “moving south at 20 mph. In addition to the tornado…this storm is capable of producing large damaging winds and hail up to Golf Ball size. “
The projected path “of this developing tornado include Stratford.”
In related news, the National Weather Service in Amarillo has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for southeastern Dallam County in the Panhandle of Texas, and western Sherman County in the Panhandle of Texas, until 800 PM CDT. Officials are reporting massive wind. “At 659 PM CDT…National Weather Service meteorologists were tracking a severe thunderstorm capable of producing Golf Ball size hail…and destructive winds in excess of 70 mph. This storm was located 6 miles northeast of Stratford…and moving southeast at 40 mph. ” This is the latest in a series of tornado warnings being issued in various states tonight July 16, 2014.