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Storms will bring damaging winds and a few tornadoes
TEXAS WEATHER

Wild weather weekend kicks off with tornado in Texas


Friday, January 13, 2017, 3:43 - A weekend of wild weather  kicked off across Texas with a weak, albeit damaging, tornado touch down on Friday.

A trained spotter with video confirmed a tornado near Walburg Friday morning, reported NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center

Damage occurred to a tin roof of a home and a business. 

This came ahead of an ice storm  and severe thunderstorms (with risk of tornadoes) set to impact the Lone Star State  later this weekend.


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A potent winter storm will cross the Texas South Plains and Panhandle late this weekend. Rainfall totals are expected to range from one to two inches Saturday night and Sunday, with a few totals near three inches possible, according to the National Weather Service. 

Localized flooding is a possibility in low-lying areas.

The greatest risk for damaging winds, hail and/or tornadoes will be Saturday and Sunday (see below).

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