It was a sleepless night for business owners and police in old Downtown Waxahachie. Long-time residents say it was the worst flooding in at least a decade.
Many residents in Fort Worth are still cleaning up after last week’s storms but they may be in for another round.
Johnson County residents clean up Saturday morning after Friday night’s big storm.
The storm only lasted a few minutes on Friday but it left large portions of Arlington damaged and without power.
A storm that produced several tornado warnings throughout North Texas has left a trail of damage from across several cities.
Storm damage on Friday was most severe in Joshua, where EMS officials estimated 40-60 homes were damaged.
At least a dozen homes were damaged in Sachse after storms moved through north Texas early Monday morning.
Thursday’s storms collapsed an entire wall at a vacant building in the Fort Worth Stockyards.
Heavy rain and floods took dozens of North Texas drivers by surprise — leading to more than 40 high-water rescues in Fort Worth. In the course of a few hours, firefighters responded to more than 200 calls for help.
Light rain showers are expected late Tuesday night, but they won’t be anything like what blew across North Texas on Monday. Tuesday afternoon workers were busy repairing damage done to homes by the high winds and lightning strikes.
High winds caused damage in west Dallas. A church off Westmoreland, near Canada Drive, had the exterior wall of the building blown away. The CBS 11 Radar indicted winds as high as 80 mph in some places, as the storms came through.
An overwhelming feeling of loss from the devastation of deadly tornadoes was lessened somewhat by thousands of volunteers in Arkansas. Among those bringing hope was a North Texas disaster relief group.