Fast-Moving Storms Sweep Through - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Fast-Moving Storms Sweep Through



    Wind, lightning and rain swept across North Texas on Friday.

    The heavy rain drenched Jimmy Buffett fans camping out in Frisco for his Saturday concert and delayed play at the Colonial golf tournament in Fort Worth.

    Most of North Texas just emerged wet and windblow, but damage was reported in some places.

    Several trailers at a dealership on Highway 287 about two miles south of Decatur flipped over in the wind.

    Wasting Away in "Mud-aritaville"

    [DFW] Wasting Away in "Mud-aritaville"
    Rain and mud don't faze the Parrotheads camping out in Frisco for this weekend's Jimmy Buffett concert.
    (Published Friday, May 20, 2011)

    In Lewisville, lightning sparked a small house fire.

    The weather also served up challenges for crews cleaning up a fuel spill in Grapevine.

    In Van Zandt County, an apartment building in Willis Point was damaged. One person was treated after being hit by falling debris.

    Rain Shuts Down The Colonial Golf Tourney

    [DFW] Rain Shuts Down The Colonial Golf Tourney
    Fridays thunderstorms led to a stoppage in play in the Colonial Golf Tournament near Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.
    (Published Friday, May 20, 2011)

    NBC DFW meteorologists say we aren't out of the woods yet.

    There is a risk for some scattered storms, mainly on Sunday. Most areas will not see rain as a few storms pass  through. Everyone will see highs near 90 with high humidity.

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