The National Weather Service has confirmed an EF-0 struck near Haslet with winds up to 75 mph.
Powerful storms packing gusty winds, damaging hail and the threat of tornadoes swept across North Texas on Wednesday evening.
The National Weather Service issued a Tornado Warning for parts of Tarrant County. Several viewers shared dramatic images of what appeared to be a funnel cloud, but there were no reports of touchdowns.
The slow-moving storm system tracked across Colleyville, Grapevine, Coppell, DFW Airport, Carrollton and Addison before moving along the border between southern Collin and northern Dallas Counties.
Radar indicated the storm was dropping large hail up to 2.8 inches in diameter. There was some accumulation on grassy areas, and the melting hail generated a fog that decreased visibility for motorists.
"It hailed for a solid five minutes in Plano," said WFAA reporter Jobin Panicker. "Felt like my windows were going to break."
We received scattered reports of damage to homes and vehicles from the hailstones.
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Earlier, small hail was reported in Flower Mound and Grapevine. Larger hail, up to golf ball-size, was reported in Lewisville near Vista Ridge Mall.
Many viewers reported spectacular lightning in the sky on Wednesday evening.
Investigators believe lightning is to blame for a house fire that destroyed a home under construction in Lewisville.
The showers and storms pushed east overnight, ahead of a cold front that's left us with breezy, dry and cooler conditions.
The sun returns in full force on Thursday. However, temperatures will be much cooler, in the low 60s. That's about a 20 to 25 degree temperature drop from our high in the 80s on Wednesday afternoon.
Our next rain chance returns Easter Sunday.
Program note: WFAA pre-empted Wednesday's broadcast of "Nashville" to provide continuous weather coverage. You can view this episode online at ABC's Nashville page.
WFAA reporters Jason Whitely, Todd Unger and Jobin Panicker contributed to this story.