NWS confirms EF0 tornado in Waxahachie Tuesday Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Headline, Waxahachie on May 21, 2015 by Publisher Photo courtesy Michael Rich. A home on Omaha Ct in Waxahachie sustained roof damage during the tornado warned storm Tuesday afternoon.WAXAHACHIE — The National Weather Service in Fort Worth has confirmed an EF0 tornado hit Waxahachie Tuesday afternoon.Ellis County resident Michael Rich was providing an estimate to a resident on Omaha Court in Waxahachie for a seamless gutter when the tornado hit."I was doing a seamless gutter bid at this house when it hit," Rich said in a statement.Photo courtesy Michael Rich.Michael Rich snapped a photo of this confirmed tornado in Waxahachie Tuesday afternoon.The National Weather Service in Fort Worth stated Wednesday evening, "Ten confirmed tornadoes so far from yesterday's storms. One in Ellis County, Three in Palo Pinto County, Two in Jack County, and Four in Wise County."Balsora, Decatur and Mineral Wells experienced EF1 tornadoes with a second EF0 hitting Mineral Wells. Jacksboro, Palo Pinto, Vineyard and Waxahachie experienced EF0 tornadoes with Runaway Bay getting hit by two.Photo courtesy Michael Rich.A fence flattened on Omaha Ct in Waxahachie Tuesday afternoon.According to the National Weather Service, the potential for severe weather in North Texas exists at least through Sunday.Click here for videos of the tornado submitted by Ellis County residents. You may also be interested in readingTornado confirmed during Friday’s stormsEllis County residents capture Tuesday’s funnel cloud on videoOdors of death result in an ECSO and SPCA raid on dog training facilityCoach reinstated after confrontation with KitnaMidlothian, Palmer and Waxahachie ISDs announce makeup daysMichael Scott chosen as new Waxahachie City ManagerColumn: Stay safe during hazardous hot weatherFleeing bank robber detained by two citizensPresident finally orders flags at half-staff to honor Chattanooga victimsWinter weather causes event cancellations across county ← Waxahachie sets tentative dates for mosquito sprayingBardwell Lake closures cloud Memorial Day plans → You must log in to post a comment.