DALLAS - A round of storms blew through North Texas early Wednesday and more are expected later in the day.
A Tornado Watch has been issued for much of North Texas until midnight Wednesday.
FOX 4 Weather meteorologists say there is a chance of severe weather with strong winds, hail, and possible tornados Wednesday evening between 6 p.m. and midnight.
Wind gusts up to 80 miles an hour and softball-sized hail are possible, and a couple tornadoes cannot be ruled out.
The first line of storms just after 5 p.m. brought plenty of hail, strong wind gusts and a possible tornado in Hunt County.
Video from SKY 4 shows widespread damage in Greenville. So far, no injuries have been reported.
The threat of severe weather isn't over yet. Another line of strong storms could develop into Wednesday night. The Tornado Watch remains in effect until midnight. Although the storms will not reach everyone in North Texas, the ones that form could be rough.
While the storms overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning were not severe, they did come with a lot of lightning and cause some damage.
A shoe store in downtown Wills Point in Van Zandt County was damaged. FOX 4 storm tracker Ronnie Wallace shared pictures of the damage.
Damage to the shoe store in Wills Point from morning storms. Likely from 50-55 mph winds.— Evan Andrews (@EvanAndrewsFox4) June 19, 2019
Courtesy: Ronnie Wallace pic.twitter.com/mSUUtKhcW1
Other photos shared with FOX 4 shows quite a lightning show as the storms moved into Grand Prairie near Highway 161 just north of Interstate 30.
The storms had winds greater than 30 miles an hour. They were likely around 50 to 55 miles per hour when they hit in Van Zandt County.