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North Texas Rocked by Powerful Storms; 2 Injured in Johnson County

v=ap&w=980&h=551&api=7db9fe61-7414-47b5-9871-e17d87b8b6a0 800w" > Powerful storms struck Johnson County, Texas, early Tuesday morning, damaging several homes. Two people were hospitalized after their home was destroyed in an area between Joshua and Godley.

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twitterCreated with Sketch.emailCreated with Sketch.Next ArticleFlooding Leads to Water Rescues from Texas to Michigan; 1 Dead in IllinoisNewsWithout Warning, North Texas Hit by 3 Damaging EF0 Tornadoes; 3 Injured in Johnson CountyBy Sean Breslin18 hours agoweather.com00:38Three Tornadoes Cause Damage and Injuries in TexasThree tornadoes touched down in the Dallas-Fort-Worth, Texas area early Tuesday morning causing damage to several mobile homes and injuring at least three people.At a GlanceAn EF0 tornado struck Johnson County, Texas, early Tuesday morning, one of three confirmed tornadoes.Three people were hospitalized as homes were damaged in an area between Joshua and Godley.A significant weather advisory was issued ahead of the storm, but no tornado or severe thunderstorm warnings were in effect. Several homes were destroyed and at least three people were hospitalized after severe storms rolled through North Texas, spawning three EF0 tornadoes Tuesday morning. The damaging storms rolled through Johnson County, just south of Fort Worth, at about 3:40 a.mCST, but the National Weather Service did not issue severe thunderstorm or tornado warningsThe worst of the damage was just west of Joshua, an NWS damage survey revealed. Chief James Woolard told NBC Dallas-Fort Worth as many as five homes were damaged by the storm, and neighbors were looking after the pets left behind as two of the injured residents were taken to the hospitalOne of the victims was in serious to critical condition, the report added. "This is the most extensive damage we've seen," he told (MORE: Flood Threat Increasing in the South) Two of the three injuries were sustained when a house collapsed on two women inside, and both needed to be pulled from the rubble, also said. "We asked her where her mother was and she pointed to the direction of the back room of the house," neighbor Jennifer Chezem told"So we went to go to try to find her and we were able to locate her foot and my husband was able to start digging debris off of her to get her out." The NWS confirmed two separate EF0 tornadoes in Johnson County: one near Joshua, and another near GodleyBoth had maximum wind speeds of 80 mph or less. This is the second time in less than a week that a twister caused damage in the United States without a tornado warning issued; an EF1 tornado hit Uniontown, Pennsylvania, Thursday evening, but that storm had a severe thunderstorm warningOnly a significant weather advisory was issued before Tuesday morning's storm in Johnson County. A significant weather advisory is issued by an NWS office for thunderstorms that can be impactful, but are not expected to reach severe thresholds, said senior meteorologist Jonathan Erdman. The NWS issues severe thunderstorm warnings for those storms which are expected to produce wind gusts of at least 58 mph, wind damage or hail at least 1 inch in diameter, he said. Additional damage was reported Tuesday morning in DeSoto, just south of DallasThe NWS confirmed a third EF0 tornado, which damaged some 30 homes. More than 8,000 Oncor customers lost power during the storms, the utility company said. <img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset=" 400w, 800w" >1 of 6A mobile home is seen destroyed after a tornado struck an area outside Joshua, about 20 miles south of Fort Worth, Texas, Tuesday, Feb20, 2018(Jessica Pounds/Cleburne Times-Review via AP) The Weather Company’s primary journalistic mission is to report on breaking weather news, the environment and the importance of science to our livesThis story does not necessarily represent the position of our parent company, IBM.Most Popular<img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >World's Weirdest Bridges (PHOTOS)<img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >Arctic Chill Grips U.S(PHOTOS)<img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >How Winter Fashion Has Changed in 100 Years (PHOTOS)<img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >'s Best Photos of 2017<img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >100 Places Straight Out of Fairy Tales (PHOTOS) <img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >Amazing National Parks to Visit in Winter (PHOTOS)<img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >70 Amazing Winter Travel Destinations (PHOTOS)<img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >2017 "It's Amazing Out There" Photo Contest: Best of Reflections<img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >Photographing the Abandoned Homes Above the Arctic Circle (PHOTOS)<img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >Strange Attractions You Can Only See In MichiganOn OurRadarTHE NEWSLETTERSign up to receive storm updates in our FREE daily newsletter.NBC News Headlines<img class="styles-A54tP4F3__noscript__12c_l" src="" srcset="undefined" >Japan To Hunt For 333 WhalesA Breakthrough For Car Batteries?Beijing Smog Reaches New LevelMore Fun for Astronauts? 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