DALLAS — Some North Texans are reporting up to baseball-sized hail across the region as thunderstorms rolled through the area Wednesday night.
Large hail and damaging winds were the main threats with this storm, which started a little after 7 p.m. in the North Texas area and could continue through overnight for some areas. The severe weather threat will decrease the later it gets, but then the main concern will be heavy rain and potential flooding.
Viewers shared their hail photos with WFAA on Wednesday night from places like Westlake, Keller, Saginaw and the Alliance area. There have been multiple reports of damage to vehicles due to the hail.
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