Severe weather in North Texas: What we're seeing
Quarter-sized hail has been reported in the North Texas area, with golf ball-sized hail possible as the night goes on while several parts of the area are under a severe thunderstorm warning.
A tornado warning siren went off in Plano Saturday night, but there was, in fact, no tornado warning and no tornado — Plano emergency management said they “saw reports of funnel clouds that did not touch and they had “multiple calls of cloud rotation” that allowed them to make the decision to sound the alarm.
“It doesn’t matter what they say when they are sounded, our intent is to get people indoors for more information,” a spokesperson with Plano emergency management said.
Watch our live broadcast of the storm tracker here or in the Facebook Live below.
As news of severe weather came in on Sunday, readers and viewers across North Texas sent us their photos and videos.
Download the WFAA app here for iPhones and here for Androids to get up-to-date weather alerts and radars
Here’s a rundown of what people are seeing outside. Stay safe out there, and if you see anything that you’d like us to see, send it to us on Facebook or on Twitter using the hashtag #wfaaweather.
In Frisco, about three miles from the tollway down El Dorado Boulevard:
And another video from Frisco:
View more in the gallery below:
This is a breaking news story and will be updated with new reactions as we get them. Send in your photos and videos to us on Facebook or Twitter and tune into Channel 8 and check wfaa.com for more updates.