Strong storms and tornadoes moved through West Texas across parts of Howard and Glasscock Counties Sunday.
The exact number of tornadoes is unknown at this time. More information will be added once it is released.
The tornadoes that moved through Howard County were estimated to have winds up to 150 mph. This would place this tornado in the EF-3 rating.
The initial tornado likely crossed I-20 near mile marker 168 and continued southeast toward Cauble Rd. damaging several structures along its path.
This tornado caused the most severe damage across the area.
The tornadoes that moved through Glasscock County were estimated to contain wind speeds of up to 160 mph. This would also place this tornado in the EF-3 rating.
The tornadoes moved just west of Lees south to Garden City. Much of the damage occurred along and west of Ranch Road 33 and in the northwest portions of Garden City.
The majority of the damage was EF-1 and EF-2 with isolated EF-3 damage.
Baseball-sized hail and 60 mph straight-line winds were also reported. Power outages were reported across these areas as well.
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