Hail pounds northern Lewisville

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Sunday night’s storms brought large damaging hail to northern parts of Lewisville, mostly to the north of Valley Ridge.  Hail ranged in size from golf ball to baseball size in most reports. Many car windshields were broken, and some homeowners reported skylights or windows broken on their homes.  The hail damage area stretched from roughly around FM 407 and I-35W, across to 377 and 407, through Denton, Aubrey and Pilot Point.

Here’s our crude map of damage in and around Lewisville:

If you have damage and you live south of any of the points shown, let us know the closest intersection so we can mark it.

If you got hail last night, you probably have roof damage. Here’s a story from last year with some tips.

Via the National Weather Service: This is an image of radar estimated hail size and hail swath tracks with actual measurements overlaid. There were 4 significant swaths of large hail across North and Central Texas with the most significant occurring from south of Decatur through southern Denton county where multiple reports of baseball size hail occurred.
Via the National Weather Service: This is an image of radar estimated hail size and hail swath tracks with actual measurements overlaid. There were 4 significant swaths of large hail across North and Central Texas with the most significant occurring from south of Decatur through southern Denton county where multiple reports of baseball size hail occurred.

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