A fresh tornado warning issued in Southeast Texas has again disrupted life, similar to how extreme weather events in North Texas affected citizens Sunday night after tornado, thunderstorm and flash flood warnings were issued.

The latest tornado warnings have been issued for Waller county, West Central Harris county, Eastern Austin County and Northwestern Fort Bend County, in southeastern Texas, until 6:45 a.m. CST. Residents have been advised to find shelter and move indoors to avoid the flying debris.

Similar extreme weather events experienced on Sunday night caused damage to at least 30 homes, according to authorities, although, no injuries were reported.

The severe weather Sunday night nonetheless caused major disruptions and left several lives in disarray. Tornado warnings were issued in Tarrant, Dallas, Ellis, Hill, Denton and Johnson counties, according to local media that cited the National Weather Service in Fort Worth. Flash flood warning was also reportedly issued for Johnson and Tarrant counties until 11 p.m.

As a result, commuters at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport were asked to take shelter, though reports suggest that the warnings expired after some time. Flights were delayed at an average of almost three hours at the airport, according to an alert.

According to NBC Dallas-Fort Worth, which cited the Frisco Fire Department, a homeowner said that their windows had been blown out. 

Around four tornados were confirmed by meteorologists. The first was confirmed near the Grand Prairie Municipal Airport, according to the NWS, the second one was found south of Lake Whitney at 6:34 p.m., and another one was confirmed along Texas 360 near Mansfield. The National Weather Service also confirmed one tornado touched down Clifton in the central part of the state.

 

A tornado warning also disrupted the NFC divisional playoff game won by Green Bay, after some fans and players were forced to remain inside the AT&T Stadium for more than an hour post the game Sunday night.

Power outages due to the extreme weather events also affected about 33,000 customers.