Strong Thunderstorms Move Through North Texas

A line of strong and severe thunderstorms moved through North Texas early Wednesday, bringing periods of heavy rain, small hail and strong wind gusts.

This line of thunderstorms included hail up to two inches in diameter and wind gusts up to 70 mph.

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Minor flooding was reported in Palo Pinto and Cooke counties, and emergency management officials said power was out for residents in Valley View and Pilot Point.

Emergency management in Cooke County reports numerous trees and power lines down near Interstate 35 and Farm-to-Market Road 922 in Valley View. Some of the trees were on homes, while others were blocking roads after wind gusts estimated at 60 mph moved through.

No injuries have been reported.

After these storms exit North Texas later Wednesday morning, the rest of the day should be calm.

NBC 5 Meteorologist Rick Mitchell updates the forecast for Tuesday, April 19, 2016.

Another batch of thunderstorms will arrive Thursday morning, before sunshine returns Friday and Saturday.

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