Tornadoes on ground in Dallas, headed to Okla.

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DALLAS — At least two tornadoes have touched down in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Several people have been injured, homes destroyed and semi trucks tossed into the air. The storms are headed northeast into Oklahoma.

No severe weather is in Oklahoma yet but the storms will enter the state near Ardmore.

The biggest threat for Oklahoma will be damaging hail and high winds.

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Check for weather delays out of Will Rogers before you head to the airport.

According to Oncor, there are about 18,000 customers in DFW without power.

Severe Thunderstorm Watches and a Tornado Watch are in effect for most all of North Texas until 5 p.m.  Severe weather will be the strongest in DFW between noon and 4 p.m.

DFW is reporting departure delays at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, the FAA said.

A ground stop for arriving traffic is in place due to weather.