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North Texas severe weather: Hail reported for second time in a week, reports of at least one possible tornado

North Texas severe weather: Hail reported for second time in a week, reports of at least one possible tornado

May 4, 2021
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DALLAS — The North Texas region is again under several weather watches and warnings as severe weather and hail roll through the area, just five days after previous storms did the same. No injuries or severe storm damage have been reported, but Hood County emergency dispatch officials reported multiple […]

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DALLAS — The North Texas region is again under several weather watches and warnings as severe weather and hail roll through the area, just five days after previous storms did the same.

No injuries or severe storm damage have been reported, but Hood County emergency dispatch officials reported multiple downed power lines Monday night. Oncor reported outages affecting nearly 5,000 customers in the region as of 7:35 p.m.

A tornado reportedly touched down in Hill County, near Blum, Texas. There were also reports of downed power lines and trees, as well as some structural damage.

Up to tennis-ball-sized hail has been reported in some areas of North Texas, with hail being reported in Azle, Aledo, Argyle, and other areas.

DFW International Airport has delayed arriving and departing flights because of the storms.

Last week, some North Texans reported up to baseball-sized hail, and several cars took severe damage from the weather.

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