Severe Storms Rake Areas From Texas To Kentucky
A powerful cold front produced towering clouds, severe thunderstorms and torrential rain from the Lower Mississippi Valley and the Deep South into the Ohio Valley and Upper Midwest late Thursday into Friday.
At one point, a squall line extended from Michigan to Texas.
On yesterday, October 2, 2014 , hail and damaging winds, as high as 60 mph, were reported across north Texas as severe weather travels through the area. High winds have led to damage across north Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and southeast Missouri. Tornadoes spun up in Arkansas and Missiouri. A brick wall crumbled and came down at the popular DFW Stockyards, huge trees were downed and almost 1 million people were without power in the Dallas-Forth Worth metroplex.
Power crews worked early Friday to restore electricity from Texas to Kentucky. A power outage forced the University of Texas at Arlington to close on Friday. The large storm system continues to make its way across the eastern United States on Friday and through the weekend.
With a seasoned team of adjusters located throughout the states of Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, Kentucky and Missouri, Provencher & Company stands ready to assist all of our client’s claim evaluation needs. For commerical or residential property loss assistance, call 866-722-5246.