MESQUITE (CBSDFW.COM) – It seems North Texas traded in freezing weather for severe weather. Storms rolled through on Sunday, bringing strong winds, rain, and hail.

Damage across the metroplex varied. Pea-sized hail fell in Irving. Some residents at an apartment complex in Mesquite walked outside to find a carport collapsed. None of the vehicles were damaged but several were trapped underneath the fallen shelter.

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Further east, in Winnsboro, strong winds downed trees and police there said there’s significant damage to an apartment complex and homes.

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A CBS 11 News viewer in Forest Hill sent pictures of hail that almost looked like snow.

Parts of North Texas, including Wood and Franklin Counties, were under a Tornado Warning in the height of the storms. Other parts of the metroplex, like Keller, saw very heavy rain.

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So far, there have been no reports of tornadoes and no injuries have been reported.