NBC 5 Chief Meteorologist Rick Mitchell explains how winds measured at more than 60 mph struck Dallas County Sunday with little warning.
Video taken from an apartment building in Deep Ellum shows high winds damage the roof of a building. The crane collapse happened five blocks away.
No rest for the weary residents of North Dallas, who are spending their Monday cleaning up after powerful storms pummeled their neighborhoods Sunday, knocking trees onto houses, fences, and roadways.
They city of Dallas has announced plans to assist residents with cleanup efforts after Sunday's severe thunderstorm.
NBC 5 viewers grabbed their phones to document the storms as they moved through North Texas Sunday and the damage aftermath.
The roof collapsed into the front lobby at a North Dallas retirement community Sunday.
The high winds on Sunday afternoon blew out windows of skyscrapers and took down trees and traffic signals in downtown Dallas. The city's office of emergency management said there were no reports of injuries...
About 16,000 Oncor customers, most in Dallas County, are still without power in North Texas Wednesday. Power has been restored to more than 330,000 homes and businesses. An Oncor spokeswoman says...
NBC 5 viewers shared video of damage after severe storms moved through North Texas on Sunday, June 9, 2019.
A crane collapsed in a building in Downtown Dallas Sunday afternoon. Residents...View gallery
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