D-FW weather: Severe thunderstorms produce large hail
Baseball-sized hail has been reported in some areas.
DALLAS – Some North Texans have reported baseball-sized hail in the area as thunderstorms rolled through the area Wednesday night.
Huge hail and noxious winds were the main threats in this storm, which began in the North Texas region just after 7 p.m. and could last overnight in some areas. The risk of severe weather will decrease the later it gets, but then the main concern will be heavy rain and possible flooding.
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On Wednesday evening, viewers shared their hail photos with the WFAA from places like Westlake, Keller, Saginaw and Allianz. There have been several reports of damage to vehicles from the hail.
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