Live Radar: Hail, Gusty Winds Push into North Texas

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    NEWSLETTERS

    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.

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

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    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.