Several predicted tornadoes touched down on Sunday in Texas Panhandle between Lubbock and Amarillo, reported Associated Press quoting the National Weather Service. No injuries or fatalities have been reported so far. 

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According to meteorologist Trent Hoffeditz, two possible tornadoes touched down south of Amarillo near Palo Duro Canyon State Park.

The park reported damage to buildings and one home was struck by an apparent tornado but the family was in the basement, according to Amarillo Area Emergency Management Director Chad Orton, as per the report.

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“Power lines and a cell tower are down,” Orton said.

Four more tornadoes touched down near three towns north of Lubbock– Happy, Hale Center and Nazareth.

Storm survey teams could be sent to the areas the next day. The storm was expected to produce heavy rain and possible flash flooding, hail, strong winds, and possibly more tornadoes, meteorologist Joe Merchant said.