Lightning storm moves through North Texas Sunday

A fast-moving storm with lots of wind and lightning moved through the Dallas-Fort Worth area Sunday night.

FOX 4 viewer Callum Ross shared photos of the lightning in Plano. He said it was quite a light show.

Viewer Sofie London captured some pretty insane lightning near Lewisville.

While the storm lit up the sky, it also left a lot of people in the dark. Oncor said nearly 60,000 customers lost power Sunday night.

As of 6 a.m. Monday, about 23,000 homes and businesses are still without power, mostly in Tarrant County.

The Glen Rose Independent School District canceled all summer school classes Monday because none of the buildings have electricity. The district said staff should not report unless told to do so by their supervisor.

A lightning strike also damaged equipment and affected flights at both DFW Airport and Love Field. According to the FAA, the lightning strike damaged transmission equipment that caused communication problems for both airports.

On Sunday, there were nearly 2,000 flights canceled at DFW Airport.

Viewer Zac Atterberry shared a photo of lightning that he took from a plane that was delayed arriving at DFW.

So far on Monday, there have been 181 cancellations at DFW and several delays. At Love Field, 14 flights have been canceled.