DALLAS -- Thousands of North Texans were without power Wednesday morning after storms rolled through, chopping down trees and causing a bit of damage.
According to Oncor, more than 7,500 people are without power in Dallas County. More than 6,100 are without power in Tarrant County, and more than 1,200 residents are in the dark in Kaufman County.
Clean up is underway in one of the hardest hit areas of Tuesday's storm, Hurst.
Strong winds knocked down a large tree on Crestview Drive, destroying two antique cars in a driveway. A third car was also damaged. The National Weather Service estimates wind speeds in the area were more than 60 mph at the height of the storm.
The homeowner, Jason Davis, a car enthusiast, was watching the storm through his window when he saw his neighbor's tree topple onto his cars.
But he's looking at the bright side.
"Everybody’s safe, nobody was involved in it. I’d rather have a car be destroyed this way than out on the road," said Davis.
Tree branches were snapped and scattered across roads in North Richland Hills as well. In Oak Cliff, power lines fell and several cars were crushed by trees.
Three cars damaged during the storm after a large tree falls on them pic.twitter.com/LLfLsp9rxY— Mike Forbes (@mikeforbeswfaa) May 11, 2016
While temperatures will climb into the 80s again Wednesday, more storms are expected to develop in the afternoon.
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