Live Radar: Hail, Gusty Winds Push into North Texas

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    (Published Monday, Apr 25, 2011)

    A severe thunderstorm pushed into North Texas from the west Wednesday morning, bringing hail, rain and high winds.

    The storm has dropped hail, up to quarter-sized, in Parker and Wise counties.  At 10 a.m., a report of ping pong ball-sized hail was recevied from a reader in Keller.

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    (Published Monday, Apr 25, 2011)

    The storm is moving east across Johnson, Tarrant, Denton and Cooke counties and will soon reach Collin, Dallas and Ellis counties.

    The storm reached the western counties at about 9:30 a.m. The trailing edge of the storm should be through Dallas by 1 p.m.   At noon, the final cell was pushing through northern Ellis county into southern Dallas county -- with the majority of the storm east of Dallas and Collin counties.

    A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 3 p.m.

    Get the latest video forecast from NBC DFW's Jennifer Lopez here.  Other than the storm, Wednesday is expected to be warm and windy with a high of 72.  Winds southwest at 15-30 mph, Lopez said.

    Flights departing for DFW Airport have been put on hold due to the storm.  Check dfwairport.com for the latest flight delays.

    Send your storm photos to iSee@nbcdfw.com.