At least two tornadoes violently spun through the Dallas-Forth Worth area, collapsing roofs, ripping down power lines and tossing trailers around like toys, authorities said Tuesday. The National Weather Service said "considerable damage" had been reported near Cleburne, south of Fort Worth, and Lancaster, south of Dallas. Local television footage showed overturned and smashed semi-trailers on the ground in the southern portion of Dallas County. "Obviously we're going to have a lot of assessments to make when this is done," Dallas County spokeswoman said. Flights heading to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport were being delayed almost three hours. AccuWeather reported significant damage at Amusement Park in Arlington. spokeswoman Sherri Jeffrey said twisters also caused damage inside the city limits. The storms spewed hail, some as large as baseballs, the weather service said. All tornado warning in the immediate Dallas-Fort Worth area were canceled by the National Weather Service around 3 pm CT, although two tornado warnings were still in effect for counties several miles northeast of Dallas. A tornado watch — meaning that conditions are ripe for tornadoes to continue to form — was in place for 33 counties in north-central and northeastern Texas until 8 pm CT, the National Weather Service reported. Weather service advisories said and radar had showed separate "large and extremely dangerous" tornadoes south of Dallas <b>…</b>

Source: EXTREME WEATHER: Tornadoes Slam Dallas-Fort Worth Area – Sucking Up Truck Traiilers! (Youtube).

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