DALLAS — Ready or not, severe weather -- in true Texas spring fashion -- barreled down upon Dallas-Fort Worth and our surrounding region Thursday.
Storms developed in North Texas on Thursday afternoon and produced damaging winds. It moved across the region through the evening hours.
We'll be tracking weather impacts, such as school closures and flight cancellations, here.
This story will be updated as we get new information.
Some North Texas school districts will be closed on Friday due to effects from the severe weather.
The Frisco, McKinney and Weatherford independent school districts announced they will be closed due to power outages.
Frisco ISD said Thursday's storms knocked out the district's network operations center in the city's downtown area. All district facilities currently do not have internet, raising security concerns.
Weatherford ISD added that some of its campuses suffered damage.
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Delays and cancellations happened at DFW Airport and Dallas Love Field.
At 11:30 p.m., Oncor was reporting just over 150,000 outages across Texas.
If the storms cause power outages near you, you can report an outage to Oncor, check an outage status, or view the outages in your area here:
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