A reported six to thirteen tornadoes hit northern Texas on Tuesday afternoon, leaving no casualties but a long trail of damage. Large trucks, 20,000 pound tractor-trailers, roofs, and other heavy materials were flung into the air like rag dolls by, surprisingly, low tier EF1 and EF2 tornadoes. Along with structural damage, dozens of incoming flights were rerouted from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, while 400 flights were canceled and 110 air crafts were damaged by hail.

With shelters open and a curfew in place, Dallas-Forth Worth area towns and cities are now working to cleanup the mess left behind. "The big headline is that we dodged a big bullet," said Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings. "We're saddened by the damage the system did, but we've got nobody that's dead and no significant injures. It really is a miracle."

Read it at CNN.