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EULESS (CBSDFW.COM) – After a night of storms more severe weather could be an especially big setback for people living in Euless.

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The storms had thunder, lightning, and winds strong enough to uproot and topple trees. Across North Texas foliage and debris were strewn about.

In Euless a carport at the Oak Park apartment complex came crashing down. High winds in the area brought the metal structure right down onto vehicles — ones owners had no doubt hoped were protected from the weather.

A beam holding up the awning would normally be standing straight, but was ripped from the cement by the wind.

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This morning many of those crushed vehicles are still trapped underneath the carport.

While there are scattered tree branches littering the grass, the toppled carport appears to be the worst of the damage at the complex near main and Ash.

The springtime storms will continue moving across the central United State, with hail and powerful winds again a concern in some areas.

The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, says scattered severe storms are likely Wednesday from parts of North Texas and Oklahoma into the Midwest. Forecasters say tornadoes are also possible.

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