Tornado leaves trail of damage in two Dickinson neighborhoods, NWS says

By Lea Wilson - Digital News Editor , Leigh Frillici - Reporter

DICKINSON, Texas - An EF-O tornado passed through Dickinson early Friday morning, according to the National Weather Service. 

An EF-O is the weakest category for a tornado. It had winds around 70 mph.

It caused damage in two subdivisions near FM 646 and Highway 3. One home had roof damage, and high winds ripped off the cover of a pickup truck, Emergency Management officials said.

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There were downed trees, toppled power lines and one homeowner’s shed was damaged, according to officials.  

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Investigators are working to see if there was any other damage in the area. 

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