NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Winds that stormed up to 60 miles per hour Thursday left damage in several places in northern Texas.
At National Residences on Elm Street in downtown Dallas, crews worked to clean up after the wind tore down a canopy and threw decorative stones nine stories to the street below.
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In Aledo, the strong wind curled the frame of several homes under construction and knocked over a portable toilet.
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No damage was reported, but Oncor reported that more than 100,000 customers lost power at the height of the wind event.
Top gusts yesterday in North Texas peaked as high as 60 mph at DFW and Meacham airports. Love Field reported a gust of 58 mph.
CBS 11 News Meteorologist Brittany Rainey said the wind should not be so strong today and that they should calm down at sunset Friday night.
“We’re going to top at 35 to 40 mph, which is what we’re seeing around DFW right now,” Rainey said at. 11 today. “So note that the wind direction has not changed and is still out of the northwest. It’s cooler and drier air, and sustained wind speeds have dropped about 10 miles per hour from yesterday. “
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