A nasty hail storm attacked North Texas on Wednesday evening, and more storms are in the forecast for Thursday. But thankfully, the hail threat appears to have passed.
An insurance industry group estimates the tornadoes and hailstorms that caused scattered devastation in North Texas last week has prompted damage claims topping $300 million so far and could top $500 million.
The National Weather Service said a record 4.37 inches of rain was measured Thursday at the McAllen airport.
CBS 11 News found temporary repair shops starting to pop up across the Metroplex, as a way to help handle the thousands of cars with hail damage.
Thunderstorms unleashed hail and wind gusts that damaged roofs, downed tree limbs and power lines, smashed sheds and toppled trailers.
Severe weather rolled across the Metroplex early Monday morning to greet commuters.