DALLAS — Updated 7:30 a.m. Thursday

A Tornado Watch shortly expired shortly after midnight Thursday morning.

The watch was issued for most of North Texas, including the DFW area. Our main concern continues to be damaging winds (60-70+ mph) and very large hail (up to 2 inches). Showers and storms have fired up mainly northeast of DFW.

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Here's a rundown on DFW weather, power outages, storm damage, flight cancellations and delays and reader and viewer photos.

Tennis ball size (2.50") hail has been reported in Farmersville.

Earlier Wednesday, heavy storm patterns slammed the city of Greenville, causing a lot of damage to a local church and various other downtown buildings.

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"The City experienced many, many downed trees and power lines," a representative from the city of Greenville said Wednesday night. "Some areas are still without power. Several businesses sustained damage. Roofs were torn away, fences were down, much debris in the streets."

Storms continued to roll across northeast Texas Wednesday night. The "cap" stayed in place, which was why the threat of storms for the DFW area stayed low throughout the night. 

Hail was also reported in other areas of North Texas Wednesday night. 

Storm debris

The Dallas Code Compliance department will not issue citations for any brush and storm debris put out for pickup, the City said in a statement during the June 9 storms. That same statement applies today. 

RELATED: Here's what to do with all the storm debris in your yard

Bulk and brush pickup will continue for June, but the City is asking residents to limit bulk trash set-outs for the rest of the month if possible and only set out what is needed. 

Bulk collection for July will be limited to storm debris only. Regular bulk pickup will resume in August, the City said in a statement. 

If you live in Fort Worth and need any trees cleared, call 817-392-1234.

If you see a downed power line, do not approach it. Call 911 and report it and walk away.

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Power outages

According to the Oncor Outage Map, 60 Hunt County customers are without power and the anticipated fix will be by 10 a.m. Thursday.

Check the power outage map here

RELATED: HOW TO: Keep your phone charged when you don't have power

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Flight delays/cancellations

Dallas-Fort Worth International:

Arriving flights are delayed for less than an hour.

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Dallas Love Field:

Departure traffic is delayed for less than an hour depending on flights.

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Photos/videos from around the metroplex

We want to remind our viewers to stay safe and take shelter if you need to. Your safety is always the No. 1 priority. But if you feel so inclined, send us what the weather looks like in your neck of the woods, either on Facebook, through Twitter @wfaa using #wfaaweather, or by emailing news8@wfaa.com.