(KTEN) – A line of strong to severe storms produced numerous tornado warnings Monday afternoon and evening.



A few of the tornado-warned storms produced confirmed tornadoes. Some areas affected include Sherwood Shores, Kingston, and Buncombe Creek. 

In Sherwood Shores, one person has been confirmed dead by DPS. Grayson County Emergency Management reported five patients taken to Texoma Medical Center and two patients taken to Wilson N. Jones. 

Texas Task Force 2 will be assisting with ongoing search and rescue Monday night. According to Sarah Somers of Grayson County OEM, at least 20 homes were damaged or destroyed. 





The storms left a number of people in the dark Monday night. At least 200 people in Grayson County remain without power as of 10:30 pm. 

Sherwood Shores was not the only one who took a hit from a likely tornado Monday night. 

Tim Smith captured this image of the rain wrapped tornado in Buncombe Creek.


The Twin Ponds neighborhood is reporting extreme damage with numerous homes destroyed.

As of 10:38 pm, all roads to Buncombe Creek were closed. 


Damage was also reported east of Kingston, OK from KOCO Storm Chaser, Michael Armstrong. 



More photos of tornado damage across portions of Marshall county.


As of 10:30 pm Monday, Marshall County is reporting over 7,000 customers without power. Approximately 700 customers without power in Johnston County and 400 customers without power in Love county.

Those impacted by Monday night’s storms can find shelter at First Baptist in Whitesboro, TX. 


More updates to come as we receive more information.