DALLAS — Storms are moving across North Texas Monday afternoon through the evening and some could be severe.
The impending storms are expected to cause impacts throughout the region, including to schools, afternoon traffic and airports.
Radar-confirmed tornados in Jack County
The Fort Worth office of the National Weather Service reports a radar-confirmed tornado shortly before 4 p.m. on Monday.
Damage could be seen at Jacksboro High School and throughout the community. Schools in the area released students to parents prior to the storm's arrival but planned to hold all bus riders until the storm passed. Everyone at the school was reported safe, according to officials.
There were also reports of a possible tornado near Bowie in Montague County. There have been reports of damage to structures.
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Allen ISD says it is aware of potential severe weather and that bus transportation and dismissal times could be delayed.
Fort Worth ISD says it has cancelled all after-school athletic games.
Dallas ISD has canceled all after-school activities, programs, practices and athletic events for Monday.
Texas A&M CodeMaroon campus classes after 5:30 p.m. have been canceled.
Cedar Hill ISD has canceled Monday night's scheduled board meeting.
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From DFW Airport: Due to severe weather conditions, ramps are currently closed at DFW to protect passengers and staff.
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