Fort Worth, Texas – On Friday, Texas put its emergency resources and employees on standby in preparation for the possibility of widespread severe weather, which has been forecasted for the Dallas-Fort Worth region as well as other areas of the state.
The majority of North Texas is said to be under an “Enhanced Threat” because there is a possibility for severe storms that might produce hail, powerful winds, and perhaps tornadoes, according to weather forecasters.
The Texas Division of Emergency Management has activated search-and-rescue teams from Texas A&M Task Force One and Task Force Two. This was done in response to an order from Governor Greg Abbott.
TDEM has activated state emergency response resources at @GovAbbott’s direction in preparation for expected severe weather and flash flooding threats.
Severe weather threats include:
— Texas Division of Emergency Management (@TDEM) November 3, 2022