An SUV sits next to a damaged home in Forney.

Severe Weather in North Texas

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An SUV sits next to a damaged home in Forney.

Both Hours:    What did you see during yesterday’s severe weather and how is the area coping with the damage? We’ll discuss the storms and tornadoes that ripped through North Texas with the National Weather Service in Fort Worth, officials from the communities that were hit, and Oncor, the electricity provider for the area We’ll also get reports form the KERA News Team and take your calls during this two-hour special edition of Think.

Hour One:http://podcastdownload.npr.org/anon.npr-podcasts/podcast/77/510036/150011536/KERA_150011536.mp3

Hour Two:http://podcastdownload.npr.org/anon.npr-podcasts/podcast/77/510036/150012422/KERA_150012422.mp3

  • Jonathan Gal

    We huddled in an interior room and put our bicycle helmets on.   We didn’t get hit by a tornado, but this might be a good safety recommendation to pass along.   I’ve never heard it on the radio, but it seems like putting a helmet on would provide some extra protection against flying debris.

  • jlglex99

    We huddled in an interior room and put our bicycle helmets on.   We didn’t get hit by a tornado, but this might be a good safety recommendation to pass along.   I’ve never heard it on the radio, but it seems like putting a helmet on would provide some extra protection against flying debris.

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