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Here are all the confirmed North Texas tornadoes, their EF rating and path

The final details and information will not be known for at least several days.

DALLAS — Severe weather led to a several tornadoes in the North Texas region on Friday. As of Monday morning, we now know of at least four confirmed tornadoes, according to the National Weather Service. 

Unless some new information comes out, storm surveys have finished for this event. There were also other tornadoes that occurred in East Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, but those are outside of the WFAA viewing area.

So far, the only severe weather reported in the Dallas-Fort Worth area was wind damage and a few instances of quarter size hail. 

Here's where they happened, when and how the Weather Service has categorized them:

Credit: WFAA

Lamar County

  • Time: 4:19-4:46 p.m.
  • EF Rating: EF-4
  • Peak winds: 170mph
  • Maximum width: 3/4 of a mile
  • Path length: 22 miles
Credit: WFAA

Rains/Hopkins County

  • Time: 5:15-5:19 p.m.
  • EF Rating: EF-1
  • Peak winds: 100 mph
  • Maximum width: 50 yards
  • Path length: 4 miles

Hopkins County (SW of Sulphur Springs)

  • Time: 5:15-5:19 p.m.
  • EF Rating: EF-2
  • Peak winds: 120 mph
  • Maximum width: 160 yards
  • Path length: 3 miles
Credit: WFAA

Athens (Henderson County)

  • Time 5:35-5:58 p.m.
  • EF Rating: EF-2
  • Peak winds: 115 mph
  • Maximum width: 150 yards
  • Path length 15 miles
Credit: WFAA

The severe weather cleared out of North Texas by Friday evening. Dallas-Fort Worth missed the worst of it, though strong winds and heavy rain blew through the area before the storms intensified to the east of the Metroplex.

Election Day on Tuesday is expected to be dry and breezy with highs around 80 degrees.

Another cold front later this week could bring much cooler weather back to North Texas, with highs in the 50s expected this weekend.

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