Solid storms and heavy rain traveled through North Texas early Monday morning.
The storms that hit Dallas County made a severe rainstorm cautioning due to high breezes and weighty rains. They likewise accompanied bunches of a lightning storm.
The city of Dallas' computerized rain measure showed more than an inch of rain fell in under 30 minutes, bringing some minor flooding in the usual hardship spots.
There were brief cyclone alerts in regions of Hood County. Media watcher Jason Fojtasek shared a video of what gave off an impression of being a divider cloud enlightened by lightning in northern Hood County.
While the remainder of Monday ought to be calm and dry, the media Weather group anticipates a functioning climate week.
Extreme storms in Oklahoma will travel south for the time being with some wind and hail chances. A couple of showers and storms could wait until Tuesday morning.
A virus front will follow with one more round of solid tempests, likely late Wednesday night into Thursday.
It ought to be drier and more wonderful to begin; however, the end of the week will get hot in a rush. Temps will be during the 90s for Mother's Day.
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