NWS confirms a tornado touched down in Dallas

A tornado in the Dallas-Fort Worth area Sunday night caused severe damage to the home of Tyler Seguin, the Dallas Stars forward confirmed early Monday morning.

Several blocks in far north Dallas County were without power and fallen tree limbs were scattered through the area.

The twister touched down around 9 p.m. near Love Field Airport in North Dallas and moved northeast through the city, knocking out power for thousands.

The city of Dallas says it hasn't received reports of fatalities or serious injuries after a tornado touched down Sunday, but it's assessing the damage. Almost 140,000 electric customers were without power as of 4am Monday, according to Oncor's online outage map.

The city of Dallas is preparing to open a shelter by 2 a.m. Some windows were broken at the airport, but no injuries have been reported. Asa Hutchinson confirmed the fatality and said "significant storm damage" occurred in northwest Arkansas.

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There are no preliminary ratings of the damage and power of the tornado, the weather service said, adding it will conduct storm surveys on Monday and Tuesday.

And the weather system that hit Dallas knocked down trees and power lines and caused minor damage at Memphis International Airport in Tennessee.

It is believed there may have been two or more tornadoes in north Texas.

"The power went out first", Morris said.

The city of Sachse, a northeast suburb of Dallas, said six houses "sustained significant high-wind damage after severe weather moved through the area Sunday night".

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Seven people escaped a structure that collapsed in northwest Dallas, but Dallas Fire-Rescue were searching to see if anyone was left inside.

One Dallas resident, Tina Devlin, told the station: "I heard all the snapping of the trees and the wind blowing, and so I climbed into this bedroom closet, and just as I got in there, the roof blew off".

On Twitter, DFW Airport said its ramps were closed as a safety measure and departures were delayed at least until 12:30 a.m. CDT. Some schools cancelled classes on Monday, and the city said in a press release that there have been reports of gas leaks.

It said more than three million people, nearly 900 schools and 56 hospitals in the region could potentially be exposed to the storm, noting that its warning was valid until 2:15 a.m. Monday. Richardson is home to the University of Texas at Dallas and bills itself as "the second largest employment center in the Dallas/Ft".

"A line of severe storms containing damaging winds 60-70 miles per hour continue moving E at 50 miles per hour", NWS Fort Worth said in another tweet this morning.

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