Strong winds caused damage across North Texas following Sunday’s storms.
Winds were said to be the primary threat from the storms, along with possible flash flooding and hail.
There was a Tornado Warning issued for Dallas County, but it was allowed to expire at 4 p.m.
Some circulation did form in the clouds when the storms rolled through Tarrant County, near Eagle Mountain Lake.
Circulation that formed from storms in Tarrant County earlier near Eagle Mountain Lake https://t.co/8dWU6GTfuP pic.twitter.com/AJ4zPUKB6A
— FOX 4 NEWS (@FOX4) June 16, 2019
Some residents at an Irving apartment complex had to deal with damage to their vehicles after the storm ripped a car port and flipped it onto parked cars.
The back of a medical supply business in Las Colinas was ripped off. The business is closed on Sundays, and no one was inside at the time.
Northgate Dr., near 161, in Irving was shut down due to downed trees and power lines blocking the road.
Northgate near 161 in Irving shut down due to tree/down power line blocking the road @FOX4 pic.twitter.com/hI7SlLMlfc
— Lynnanne Nguyen (@LynnanneFOX4) June 16, 2019
In Arlington, north and southbound lanes of Matlock are closed between Arbrook and Mayfield due to down power lines.
As of 5:15 p.m., Oncor was reporting almost 90,000 customers impacted by outages.