On Sunday night, Mayor Maher Maso sent out a message on social media saying Frisco sirens were warning about hail hitting the local area. Golf ball size hail was reported in Frisco, Texas, at 8:50 p.m. The Wal-Mart suffered hits to a sky light.
Sirens came on in McKinney as radar indicated a severe thunderstorm was over McKinney, moving east at 30 mph. Hazards included golf and tennis ball size hail and 65 mph wind gusts. In Adriatica off Virginia Parkway and Stonebridge, drivers made use of the parking garage, although some residents reported they could not get a spot themselves.
Reports have come in about hail damage to roofs, siding, trees, windows and vehicles.
UPDATED: The storm moved on to Blue Ridge, Farmersville and Princeton by 9:15 p.m.
A tornado watch remained in effect until 11 p.m. Sunday. Pete Delkus reported a thunderstorm watch extended until midnight for Collin County and was extended until 1 a.m. past Collin County into East Texas.
Acording to Stormersite.com, Frisco had four hail reports within 10 miles of the city center on Sunday, March 26. The largest report of hail was 2.00 inches in 75034.
If you have any questions about repair companies or contractors, ask Brian Reagan in McKinney at the DallasBBB at http://www.bbb.org/north-central-texas