Large hail, strong winds move across North Texas

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Several counties across North Texas saw heavy rain and large hail Monday afternoon.

The biggest threat throughout the afternoon was high winds, up to 70 miles per hour, and large hail. Some areas even saw baseball-sized hail.

Most East and Southeast Texas counties remained under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 9 p.m.

Western and northern counties saw large amounts of hail.

Wylie was one of the heaviest hit places in North Texas. Photos show several damaged vehicles and homes in Wylie. Homes and businesses sustained heavy damage in the area. Emergency responders from surrounding areas traveled to Wylie to assist.

Due to significant storm damage, Wylie ISD announced they will cancel all classes for Tuesday, April 12. City officials say their 911 system has been overwhelmed with calls about damages. Two people in the area sustained minor injuries but are expected to be ok.

Viewer-submitted photos show storms produced up to golf-ball sized hail in Denton. Baseball-sized hail was reported in Frisco and Allen.

No major injuries were reported.